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hp unix

Please let me know hp unix has grapical user interface.
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yes it does have gui interface, as I just took down a unix server yesteday, and it did have a gui interface. The store I was servicing was using unix before I converted it to a linux based server, which still ran their gui based store software. They don't use a mouse to control the screen but use the arrow keys to highlight applications to run, or checking customer data bases, selecting products, etc. It meets the stores needs.
Yes, it has CDE for graphics terminals and the X-Window system that allows a PC to be a graphics terminal.

HP-UX components such as SAM, Ignite, xstm, swinstall, Glance Performance Monitor etc. can all use the graphics capability, though most of those programs have a dumb-terminal version and/or command line ability as well
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