S T U V
- X Extension
An X extension is program code that extends the X server by adding some
significant new functionality missing from the core X protocol, such as direct
support for 3-D graphics.
- X Image Extension
Provides a mechanism for graphical image management in the client/server
environment of X11
- X Window System
an advanced, network transparent, windowing, graphical environment, developed at
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and first released in 1984
One of the earliest reliable file transfer protocols, Xmodem was written in 1977
by Ward Christiansen
X3D-PEX, sometimes called PEX-5, is a version of the Phigs 3D graphics library.
See X extension.
X Display Manager - users need only to type in their username and password at a
friendly prompt, and they are dropped directly into the graphical environment.
This is simple and easy to use, and is seen frequently in college campuses,
cyber cafes, business environments, anywhere you have users not necessarily
familiar with Unix to any great extent
- XInput extension
a standard X extension. The goal of this extension is to allow additional input
devices management to the X Window System.
eXtensible Markup Language (XML): a powerful new web markup language (ISO
approval in February 1999). It is a powerful way of separating web content and
Extensible Stylesheet Language. A W3C standard (draft as of Mar'99) allows Web
developers to apply formatting rules to XML documents. XSL allows for
information about the formatted document's structure, differentiating between
body, title, chapter, table of contents, and the like
Last Updated Saturday, December 04 2004 @ 11:23 AM EST