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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.
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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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