To change the tone, volume, and/or duration of the beep, use the xset b command.
From the xset man page:
Suggested filesets for Xwindows.
To run CDE, you will need:
If you connect remotely (for example, a PC using
Xemulator), you will need:
You can map meta to any key. For example, enter the command:
xmodmap -e "keysym Alt_L = Meta_L"
The preceding entry will map the meta key to the left Alt key. By pressing Alt-Q, you will be able to edit paragraphs in xedit.
The Xresources for X applications are located in /usr/lib/X11/app-defaults.
xmodmap -e "pointer = 3 2 1"
As long as the server can resolve the remote machine's short name correctly, the following line should work. However, this will not set your DISPLAY on the local machine.
Add the following line to the .profile of the account on the remote machine.
export DISPLAY=`who -m | cut -f2 -d "(" | cut -f1 -d .`:0
To print the entire screen, enter:
xwd -root | xpr | lp -dps - (ps is the name of the print queue)
To print only one window, enter:
xwd | xpr | lp -dps -
Your cursor will turn into a crosshair. Using the crosshair, click on the window that you would like to print.
To do a screen capture to a file, enter:
xwd -root > <filename.1>or
xwd > <filename.2>
To view this file, enter:
xwud < <filename.1>
To print this file, enter:
xpr < <filename.1> | lp -dps -
appres <executable filename>For example:
appres xtermThe preceding command will list all of the current Xresource settings for a given executable.
Dtterm, Aixterm, and Xterm have an option that allow you to enter resource strings on the command line. The following line is an example:
dtterm -xrm "*mwmDecorations:2" -xrm "Dtterm*menuBar:false"
[ Doc Ref: 97682163921816 Publish Date: Dec. 19, 2000 4FAX Ref: none ]