X11 is the graphical user interface most widely used on Linux operating systems. My slides and video demo for a short talk given at the Philadelphia area Linux Users Group (PLUG) on March 2nd are on-line. The slides briefly cover xrandr (which can also be used to set the screen resolution), xset, xwd / xwud, xdotool, and xautomation including xte. You can get the slides and watch the video at my page on Automating X11 Keystrokes.
Last Thursday LinuxForce hosted a seminar on Managing Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) for Business Results. The Seminar home page now has links to the slides from the event. Specifically, there are four sets of slides available:
- What is Free/Open Source by Elizabeth Krumbach
- A Survey of FOSS Tools for Business Results by CJ Fearnley
- Using Open Source Web Applications to produce Business Results by Eric Lucas
- Managing FOSS for Business Results by CJ Fearnley
Please let us know if you have any questions about the content in the slides or from the seminar itself.