X clients are merely programs that run on X. There is no actual program called X Client. The X SERVER is the foundation for building graphical user interfaces on most UNIX systems, it is the interface between the user, user interface, and display drivers. Things like KDE and GNOME run on top of the X server. But anything you run on X is an X client: Firefox, openbox, kopete, KDE, VLC, mplayer, you name it.
When people describe client-server architecture they are usually referring to a system in which a large server is serving a client on a PC With X Window the reverse is frequently the case Explain?
This has to do with software and networks. A general purpose computer or PC personal computer is a computer that home and average users use. Can do what ever they want without other authorizing. A dedicated computer and be a few things. Most computers go into 2 catigorys, A server or a PC. A server is used to manage access and data over multipul computers called a domain. A dedicated computer is one that is…
A TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) server is used to transfer files between different computer network within a network. This type of server is meant for use with a local area network (also known as a LAN). The purpose is of TFTP is to allow people to share information between computers in a closed system environment (such as an office or school).