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How do you check if an X server is installed in your system?

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whereis xinit

If nothing returns, it is not installed.

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Yes and no.. Yes - With a lot of tweaking and modifications, it is possible. No - Apple does not permit OS X to be installed on non-Apple hardware. (Though OS X Server can be installed as a VM)


You can start the X server using "startx" or if you have a display manager installed and enabled, it will automatically start it for you.



The Mac OS X Server software (See links below) can be installed on any modern Apple Mac computer or can be purchased ready installed on a Mac Mini ready to go.


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If a server has installed it, you can press "y" and type "rtd". If you want to install it on your server. You will have to look for the AMX Mod X plugin.


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An X server is a program in the X Window Systemthat runs on local machines (i.e., the computers used directly by users) and handles all access to the graphics cards, display screens and input devices (typically a keyboard and mouse) on those computers.


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This one of the more confusing decisions in X-Windows. The argument is that the X Terminal provides graphical services in a similar way that a print server provides printing services. So "it makes sense" to call an X terminal a server.


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Windows is an operating system for computers it is not a type of computer. Mac OS X can legally only be installed on a computer made by Apple. The Windows operating system can be purchased and installed on any suitable computer including Apple's.


Mac OS Hints and MacInTouch both have information bout the Mac OS X server on their website. Wikipedia also has a page for the Mac Server. For specific questions or to purchase the system you can visit your local Apple Store.


Enterprise Server X.....From VMWare...


"X Windows", also commonly referred to as the "X server", is the standard way of displaying graphics on a Linux or Unix computer. It is designed to be networkable, so you can run graphical applications installed on one computer on another.


You can't, because they are pre-installed system apps.


"X-Windows", the "X server", or simply "X", is a special server designed for displaying graphics on a terminal or workstation. Originally, a more powerful server would run the applications, and a less powerful computer would just display the graphics. On today's Linux installations, the graphics server and the graphics are displayed on the same machine. For simplicity's sake, just think of it as running a remote desktop session to your own computer.


It is possible to run Mac OS X on a server but it is not legally as the current license tern of Mac OS X server is installing and running on Apple hardware.


To set up Mac OS X to connect to a server at Login: Connect to the server you want to use. Open System Preferences. Select your account from the Accounts section. Click the Login Items tab. Drag the server's icon from a Finder window into the list of Login items in the System Preferences window. Quit System Preferences.


The default operating system on a Mac is Mac OS X but both Linux and Windows operating systems can also be installed on a Mac if required.


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