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quartz-wm(1)						      General Commands Manual						      quartz-wm(1)

quartz-wm - Aqua Window Manager for the X Window System on OS X SYNTAX
quartz-wm [ --only-proxy ] DESCRIPTION
quartz-wm is a window manager for the X Window System. It provides titlebars for X11 windows that aim to match the look and feel of native Mac OS X windows. It also contains functionality to bridge between the system pasteboard and the X server's PRIMARY and CLIPBOARD selec- tions. OPTIONS
quartz-wm accepts the following command line options: --only-proxy This option indicates that the program should not attempt to manage any of the display's screens. However the selection proxying features will still be enabled, meaning that a different window manager may be used, but cut and paste will work as if quartz-wm were running. --no-pasteboard This option indicates that the program should not manage the cut and paste proxying. This option is defaulted to on for newer X11 servers that support this functionality and off for older servers that do not. --prefs-domain <domain> This option can be used to override the domain used to read preferences from. This is useful if you want to have multiple X11.apps running at the same time. CUSTOMIZATION
quartz-wm can be customized using the defaults(1) command. quartz-wm can be forced to re-read these preferences by sending it a SIGHUP using kill(1). The available options are: defaults write org.x.X11 wm_ffm -bool true Enables focus-follows-mouse mode. Windows belonging to the X server may then be focused by moving the pointer over them, as well as the default mode of clicking in them. defaults write org.x.X11 wm_click_through -bool true Disables the default behavior of swallowing window-activating mouse events. defaults write org.x.X11 wm_limit_size -bool true Limit the size of each window to the size of the current head. defaults write org.x.x11 wm_focus_on_new_window -bool false Don't tell to take focus when a new X11 window is created. defaults write org.x.X11 wm_window_shading -bool true Enables double clicking on a titlebar to shade the window defaults write org.x.X11 wm_auto_quit -bool true Automatically quit quartz-wm (thus shutting down the X11 server) when the last window is closed. defaults write org.x.X11 wm_auto_quit_timeout -int 3 Set the timeout for the auto-quit feature. If wm_auto_quit is true, quartz-wm will wait this many seconds before attempting to shutdown. If another window is created in that time, quartz-wm will not shutdown. ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
DISPLAY This variable is used to determine which X server to use. SEE ALSO
X(7), Xquartz(1), xrdb(1), twm(1) 0.0 quartz-wm(1)

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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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