XAUMIX(1) BSD General Commands Manual XAUMIX(1)NAME
xaumix -- aumix wrapper for X
xaumix is a wrapper to select one of rxvt, xterm, kterm, or one of the other possible xterm "clones", and to launch that with aumix running
in it. For some X terminal emulators an aumix colour scheme file is used to generate a sensible display (for example, rxvt and xterm behave
differently with respect to the handling of colours).
This script was originally intended for use from the Debian menu system, but may also be invoked manually from a shell. The GTK+ interface
to aumix largely supersedes it.
Paul Slootman <email@example.com>
SEE ALSO aumix(1), eterm(1), kterm(1), rxvt(1), wterm(1), xterm(1x), xvt(1)BSD July 13, 2000 BSD
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uxterm(1) General Commands Manual uxterm(1)NAME
uxterm - X terminal emulator for Unicode (UTF-8) environments
uxterm [ xterm-options ]
uxterm is a wrapper around the xterm(1) program that invokes the latter program with the 'UXTerm' X resource class set. All arguments to
uxterm are passed to xterm without processing; the -class and -u8 options should not be specified because they are used by the wrapper.
See the xterm manual page for more information on xterm-options.
The environment's locale settings (see "ENVIRONMENT" below) are used to discern the locale's character set. If no current locale can be
determined, the locale 'en_US' (the English language as used in the territory of the United States) is assumed. The locale(1) utility is
used to determine whether the system supports the selected locale. If it does not, uxterm will exit with an error and report the output of
Note: uxterm may produce unexpected results if the current locale is set to one in which the UTF-8 character encoding is not supported, or
if fonts using the ISO 10646-1 character set are not available. In the Debian system, the 'xfonts-base' package provides the fonts that
uxterm uses by default. To change the fonts uxterm uses, edit the /etc/X11/app-defaults/UXTerm file.
A similar wrapper, koi8rxterm(1), is available for KOI8-R environments.
LC_ALL, LC_CTYPE, LANG
The values of these variables are checked, in order, to determine the character set used by the current locale.
SEE ALSO locale(1), locale(7), koi8rxterm(1), xterm(1)Debian Project 2004-12-19 uxterm(1)
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