• 07/14/2017
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X-Desktop Environment

The Reference Operating System for IoT build includes the X
FCE library to provide the following services:
  • Windows manager
  • Desktop manager
  • Panel
  • Session manager
  • Application finder
  • File manager
  • Setting manager
By default, XFCE automatically launches when the OS boots. XFCE also supports additional components such as remote display server.
Hardware acceleration for the X Desktops is provided by the Direct Rendering Infrastructure 3 (DRI-3.0).
A full description of the improvements DRI-3.0 offers and the changes to X11 server implementation can be found online at  https://www.xfce.org/
User console and export
To put terminal in the workstation:
xfce4- terminal

Product and Performance Information


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