Use this tag if your question is about a program's Graphical User Interface (GUI) and how to use it.

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How do I find the running GUI environment from the terminal? [duplicate]

It is a quite basic question, but I couldn't find a satisfying answer anywhere: How do I find out from the terminal what is the running GUI? The system I'm working on is quite minimal, all I can ...
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SVN server with remote GUI administration

I have 2 Linux servers. One is Centos 5.5 another is Centos 6. I want to install SVN server on both server separately. Can anyone tell me which svn server has a good remote administration GUI. Also ...
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Some GUI programs hung up

Today I decided to migrate to systemd. Everything work quite good, but I have problem with few GUI programs - they hung up after draw window (see img at the end of msg). Program in which I discovered ...
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GUI log viewer for logs produced by Apache log4j

I'm looking for a good graphical tool for view and analyze log files (local and remote) that works on Fedora 15.
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How do I merge two *.avi files into one? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I merge two *.avi files into one I have 2 *.avi files: cd1.avi cd2.avi Which GUI allows me to merge these?
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How to create a GUI in shell script without any third party libs just like setup command [closed]

How to create a GUI in shell script without any third party libs (like setup command)
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UI toolkit + programming language to develop linux applications [closed]

Suggest good GUI designer tool with programming language for linux based application. For a developer who knows winform and C#. Don't want to use mono on linux to run .net application on linux. I ...
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How to log in to BackTrack Linux?

I've installed BackTrack 5 R3, a security testing distro, onto a USB drive, and I can get it to boot up, but I'm stuck in the BusyBox shell. Everybody says "just log in with username root and password ...