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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop Deployment Guide
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22.1 X11 Setup with SaX2

The graphical user interface, or X server, handles the communication between hardware and software. Desktops, like KDE and GNOME, and the wide variety of window managers, use the X server for interaction with the user. The graphical user interface is initially configured during installation. To change the settings afterwards, use the respective module from the YaST control center or run SaX2 manually from the command line with the command sax2. The SaX2 main window provides a common interface for the individual modules from the YaST control center.

Figure 22-1 The Main Window of SaX2

In the left navigation bar, there are six items, each of them showing the respective configuration dialog from the YaST control center. Find the sections mentioned below in Section 7.0, System Configuration with YaST.

Monitor

For a description of the monitor and graphics card configuration, see Section 7.13.1, Card and Monitor Properties.

Mouse

For a description of the mouse configuration in the graphical environment, see Section 7.13.2, Mouse Properties.

Keyboard

For a description of the keyboard configuration in the graphical environment, see Section 7.13.3, Keyboard Properties.

Tablet

For a description of the graphics tablet configuration, see Section 7.13.4, Tablet Properties.

Touchscreen

For a description of the touchscreen configuration, see Section 7.13.5, Touchscreen Properties.

VNC

For a description of the VNC configuration, see Section 7.13.6, Remote Access Properties.

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