How To Install Xset?

How To Install Xset?

xset

X server utilities

Maintainer: Debian X Strike Force


Section: x11

Install xset

  • Debian apt-get install x11-xserver-utils Click to copy
  • Ubuntu apt-get install x11-xserver-utils Click to copy
  • Arch Linux pacman -S xorg-xset Click to copy
  • Kali Linux apt-get install x11-xserver-utils Click to copy
  • CentOS yum install xorg-xset Click to copy
  • Fedora dnf install xorg-xset Click to copy
  • Raspbian apt-get install x11-xserver-utils Click to copy

x11-xserver-utils

X server utilities

An X client is a program that interfaces with an X server (almost always via the X libraries), and thus with some input and output hardware like a graphics card, monitor, keyboard, and pointing device (such as a mouse). This package provides a miscellaneous assortment of X Server utilities that ship with the X Window System, including: - iceauth, a tool for manipulating ICE protocol authorization records; - rgb; - sessreg, a simple program for managing utmp/wtmp entries; - xcmsdb, a device color characteristic utility for the X Color Management System; - xgamma, a tool for querying and setting a monitor's gamma correction; - xhost, a very dangerous program that you should never use; - xmodmap, a utility for modifying keymaps and pointer button mappings in X; - xrandr, a command-line interface to the RandR extension; - xrdb, a tool to manage the X server resource database; - xrefresh, a tool that forces a redraw of the X screen; - xset, a tool for setting miscellaneous X server parameters; - xsetmode and xsetpointer, tools for handling X Input devices; - xsetroot, a tool for tailoring the appearance of the root window; - xstdcmap, a utility to selectively define standard colormap properties; - xvidtune, a tool for customizing X server modelines for your monitor.

xorg-x11-server-utils

X.Org X11 X server utilities

xorg-xset

User preference utility for X
Installing xset command is simple. just copy one of the above commands for your operating system and paste it into terminal. This command is available for Debian, Ubuntu, Arch, Kali, CentOS, Fedora and Raspbian operating systems. Once you run the command it will install the latest version of xset 2023 package in your OS.