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Technical X Window System and Motif WWW Sites


Copyright © 1995-2009 by Kenton Lee, Palo Alto, California, USA. All Rights Reserved. Last modified January 15, 2009.
This page contains over 700 technically-oriented X Window System WWW links. All the links are on this page, so it may take a minute to load. If you're looking for a specific item, use your WWW browser's search or find function to search this page for specific keywords.

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This information is updated frequently. Recent additions are marked with [NEW]. Unless otherwise indicated, all listed sites are in HTML and English. Please send me any corrections, additions, comments, and suggestions.

Kenton Lee, kenton @ rahul.net


Contents

X Window System official sites:

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Motif sites:

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User groups and popular X-based technologies:

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Common Desktop Environment (CDE):

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X Internationalization (I18N) and Localization (L10N) information:

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X Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

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USENET newgroups related to X:

Before posting questions to these newsgroups, I recommend that you read the newgroup FAQs.

Note that some of these groups, especially those not in the comp.* hierarchy, may not be universally available. Contact your system administrator for more information.

Also, check the newgroups dedicated to specific hardware or operating systems.

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On-line X-related magazines:

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On-line X technical papers:

For more papers, see also the on-line X magazines listing in the previous section.

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On-line X programming tutorials:

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X/Motif/CDE for UNIX/Linux PCs:

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X/Motif for Microsoft Windows, Macintosh, and other OSs:

Note: an alternative (and usually much cheaper) way to run X on a IBM PC is to run a PC UNIX in place of or in addition to your Microsoft OS. See the previous solution for more information.

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General human-computer interaction links (not all X related):

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Lists of X-based applications and products:

This web site lists only the basic X products, such as X servers, Motif, and CDE. The following pages have (much) more information on commercial and non-commercial X-based applications and products.


More X-related sites:

Many of these contain more listings of X-related sites. These overlap with this page, but you may find their organization of the material to be useful. See also the FAQs for more X-related links.

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