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revised Is there any common X11 program?
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comment Is there any common X11 program?
Thank you for useful answer, just for the record by blindly execution I meant I can execute command without prior checking if the given program is installed (or installing it). Also the part about fullscreen etc. is irrelevant for me, because I know I have a terminal, my script is running and so on, the only question is what is the program (for XWindow) that is present on the system. One again thank you for the answer and a good selection list.
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comment Is there any common X11 program?
@muru, that's bad (for me). Did you remove any of those? I am thinking especially about xterm.
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comment Is there any common X11 program?
@JeffSchaller, why so shy :-), you gave perfect answer. Please post it as such, I will be happy to accept it.
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comment How to read result from the first step of parallel?
@OleTange, HA, beautiful. Thank you very much. Could you please post your comment as regular answer -- it is not possible to mark a comment as a solution. (Gee, CO fans stroke again -- I suspect it is not possible to add answers to the question anymore).
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comment How to read result from the first step of parallel?
@don_crissti, typo, it should be RES=..... How do you merge 4 steps using first approach? One script solves the problem, but in such way, that I had to have plethora of scripts, just for connecting one program to another. This can be used for single case, but not as general solution. As I wrote, I am looking for counterpart of bash piping and/or capturing the output.
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