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Xserver(1)						      General Commands Manual							Xserver(1)

X - X Window System display server dispatcher SYNOPSIS
X [ option ...] DESCRIPTION
: Hewlett-Packard supports two X servers on HP-UX platforms, the Xhp X server which supports HP VISUALIZE graphics devices and the Xf86 X server which supports all other graphics devices. These X servers are delivered as /usr/bin/X11/Xhp and /usr/bin/X11/Xf86. The X dispatcher determines which X server to launch based on the available graphics devices. The control file /etc/X11/Xstart can provide additional guidance to the X dispatcher. The control file allows the user to specify which X server to start for given display connection numbers. The only X servers supported by the X dispatcher are Xhp, Xf86 and Xvfb. If no Xstart file exists, the dispatcher loads the appropriate X server for the graphics device in the system. HP-UX does not deliver the /etc/X11/Xstart file. This file can be created by using the SAM/SMH utility. OPTIONS
If the X dispatcher is invoked with no arguments, the display connection is assumed to be :0. The X dispatcher checks for display connec- tion options and, if found, uses that display connection number when it checks the Xstart file. All other options are passed on to the X server when it is started and it is the X server's responsibility to validate these options. Not all options may be supported on both X servers; refer to Xhp(1) and Xf86(1) to verify supported options for each X server. RETURN VALUE
None Xstart EXAMPLES The control file syntax is the X server to start followed by the display connection number. Valid entries take the form of: Xhp :0 Start the Xhp X server on display connection 0 Xf86 :10 Start the Xf86 X server on display 10 /usr/bin/X11/Xhp :5 Start the Xhp X server on display connection 5 /usr/bin/X11/Xvfb :7 Start the X Virtual Framebuffer server on display connection 7 FILES
/etc/X11/Xstart Dispatcher control file. /var/X11/Xserver/logs/Xstartup.N.log X dispatcher log file for display N. SEE ALSO
See the appropriate section in Xhp(1) or Xf86(1). Xserver(1)

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SPEECH-DISPATCHER(1)						   User Commands					      SPEECH-DISPATCHER(1)

speech-dispatcher - server process managing speech requests in Speech Dispatcher SYNOPSIS
speech-dispatcher [-{d|s}] [-l {1|2|3|4|5}] [-c com_method] [-S socket_path] [-p port] | [-v] | [-h] DESCRIPTION
speech-dispatcher is a server process that is responsible for transforming requests for text-to-speech output into actual speech hearable in the speakers. It arbitrates concurrent speech requests based on message priorities, and abstracts different speech synthesizers. Client programs, like screen readers or navigation software, send speech requests to speech-dispatcher using TCP protocol (with the help of client libraries). speech-dispatcher is usually started automatically by client libraries (i.e. autospawn), so you only need to run it manually if testing/debugging, or when in other explicit need for a special setup. OPTIONS
-d, --run-daemon Run as a daemon -s, --run-single Run as single application -a, --spawn Start only if autospawn is not disabled -l, --log-level Set log level (1..5) -c, --communication-method Communication method to use (unix_socket or inet_socket) -S, --socket-path Socket path to use for 'unix_socket' method (filesystem path or 'default') -p, --port Specify a port number for 'inet_socket' method -P, --pid-file Set path to pid file -C, --config-dir Set path to configuration -v, --version Report version of this program -D, --debug Output debugging information into /tmp/.speech-dispatcher -h, --help Print this info BUGS
Please report bugs to <> SEE ALSO
spd-say(1) The full documentation for speech-dispatcher is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and speech-dispatcher programs are properly installed at your site, the command info speech-dispatcher should give you access to the complete manual. speech-dispatcher 0.7.1 March 2011 SPEECH-DISPATCHER(1)
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