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Chapter 1 Introduction
2. An Overview of the Display Manager
DM uses the display list (
DM utilizes standard I/O devices: keyboard, mouse, and monitor. The operator's interaction with these I/O devices was designed to be as consistent as possible with that of EDD and other EPICS tools, such as the archive editor. Like EDD, DM runs on a UNIX platform, within the X-windows environment, and on a SPARC, DEC, or HP workstation. In order to compile DM, the X11R5 and Motif1.2 libraries are needed.
For more information on DM and its run-time behavior, see Chapter 9, DM: Run-time Operation. Though short, the chapter will provide all you need to know in order to use DM at run-time.
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