Xmodmap's keyboard mapping configuration.
It seemed nice, but it wasn't ready for life when I tested it.
abandoned - as of 2020-06-01 not updated since 2013-10-02
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(comes with X windows)
A basic display manager, to let the user boot into a login screen.
It gets the job done. It lacks user-switching and poweroff/suspend functionality.
XDM = X Window Display Manager
Shows window information. Comes with X.
There are several pages for it, but I have this one working:
Xtoolwait notably decreases the startup time of an X session by reducing the load on the X server and Linux.
It starts an X client in the background, waits for a window to be mapped on the root window, and then exits. It can improve performance for users who start a bunch of X clients automatically (for example, xterm, xlock, xconsole, whatever) when the X session starts.
Devil's Pie is for window matching & acting just like the KDE window actions, except heinously difficult to configure.
You probably want to try wmctrl instead.
The author has apparently abandoned the project.
Thankfully manually caring about this file is a thing of the past.
The local X configuration file for the user.
I don't use this any more.