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The Concise Guide to Xfree86 for Linux is the first book on the market that gives you the expert-level information you need to understand, configure and administer Xfree86 (also referred to as "X"). X provides the infrastructure for graphical environments like KDE and Gnome. This book addresses the high-level information need that has arisen as support personnel are required to troubleshoot and support all facets of Linux. Some of the topics that are covered: Tunneling X through ssh, runtime environment configuration, widget hierarchies, and maintaining the X resource database. This book is aimes at the advanced, more experienced, Linux user to help you get the most out of your X experience. X comprises many different and difficult to understand configuration files. This book tells you what you need to know to troubleshoot and successfully tailor the configuration files to meet your needs. Up-to-date information on configuration and administration for Xfree86.