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ST(1)                                                         General Commands Manual                                                        ST(1)

NAME
st - simple terminal SYNOPSIS
st [-c class] [-t title] [-v] [-e cmd] DESCRIPTION
st is a simple terminal emulator. OPTIONS
-t title Overrides the default title (st) -c class Overrides the default class ($TERM) -v Prints version information to standard output, then exits. -e cmd [arguments] Execute cmd instead of the shell. Type your command as you would on your shell. If this option is used, it must be the last on the command-line. This is the same behaviour as xterm/rxvt. st-0.0 ST(1)

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KXTERM(1)						      General Commands Manual							 KXTERM(1)

NAME
kxterm - the CERN KUIP terminal emulator SYNOPSIS
kxterm [class] [options] DESCRIPTION
kxterm is a terminal emulator combining the best features of the (now defunct) Apollo DM pads (like: input and transcript pads, automatic file backup of transcript pad, string search in pads, etc.) and the Korn shell emacs-style command line editing and command line recall mechanism. For more detailed information about the program, please see the online help available from the kxterm Help menu. kxterm has a number of X resources which can be set by the user; these are listed in the online help and in the file /etc/X11/app-defaults/KXterm, where the default values are set. It should be noted that when kxterm is acting as a client for another application, the desired X resource should be prefixed by "Kx" plus the class name of the application. So for application "Foo" the kxterm resource class would be KxFoo, and one would set KxFoo*background, etc. One can also set the resource class of a kxterm window via the command-line with the class argument. OPTIONS
-font fn Specifies the font used by kxterm. The font fn must be an XLFD (X Logical Font Description), as for example displayed by the xls- fonts program. -geometry geom Specifies the preferred size and position of the kxterm window; see X(7x) for details. -h, -help Show a summary of options. -iconic Specifies that the window manager should start kxterm as an icon. -n iconname Specifies the name of the kxterm window in an iconic state. -name name Specifies both the title and the iconized name of the kxterm window. -pid pid Specifies the process ID of the program that kxterm should act as a client for. -prompt prompt Sets the prompt displayed in the input pad of the program. -tfont fn Specifies the font used by text boxes, the input pad, and the transcript pad of the program. This should probably be a fixed-width font like "courier" or "fixed". -title title Sets the title of the kxterm window to title. SEE ALSO
o xlsfonts(1) - a program to list available fonts on an X server o paw++(1) - a program using kxterm for its command interface o the online help available from kxterm's Help menu AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Kevin McCarty <kmccarty@debian.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). January 24, 2003 KXTERM(1)
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