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Xecutah allows you to start an X Window System server in a webOS card, and run other X applications on that server.
Due to webOS security constraints, such applications cannot run directly.
The XServer requires webOS 3.0.2 or later for correct operation on the TouchPad.
0.9.3: Added support for starting multiple applications in separate cards. An XServer is now started automatically for each application instance.
0.9.0: First public feed release.
0.8.5: Added documentation of Ctrl and Esc on the TouchPad keyboard and Ctrl on phones.
0.8.4: Added support for running a Debian session (if installed).
0.8.3: Keyboard size and XTerm colours are now controlled using the Tweaks app.
0.8.2: Hold down the keyboard button (bottom right), choose XS and the keyboard will fit in the screen and not cover up the input area.
0.8.1: Removed the 3.0.2 warning text, and the request acknowledged button.
0.8.0: Added support for running a Ubuntu session (if installed).
0.7.2: New upstart-based execution architecture to support legacy webOS versions.
0.6.7: Made the Developer Beta firmware requirement even more explicit.
0.6.6: First testing release.


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Seller: WebOS Internals

Homepage: http://www.webos-internals.org/wiki/Application:Xecutah

Category: System Utilities

Updated: September 19, 2011

Version: 0.9.3

Size: 94k

License: GPL v2 Open Source

Type: Application

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