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The LBX Mini-HOWTO

Paul D. Smith, psmith@baynetworks.com

v1.04, 11 December 1997


LBX (Low Bandwidth X) is an X server extension which performs compression on the X protocol. It is meant to be used in conjunction with X applications and an X server which are separated by a slow network connection, to improve display and response time.

1. Introduction

2. What's The Status Of LBX?

3. Who Can Benefit From LBX?

4. Who Doesn't Need LBX?

5. How Does LBX Work?

6. What Do I Need To Use LBX?

7. What Don't I Need To Use LBX?

8. How Do I Start LBX?

9. Problems

10. Documentation

11. Alternatives


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