Re: Real VNC Architecture

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You are right Adam. But how would I integrate this architecture with Real
VNC's XFree86 because the some patches given at  works only for


On 8/8/08, Adam Tkac <atkac@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 08, 2008 at 02:53:57PM +0530, paresh masani wrote:
> > Hi Friends,
> Hi,
> > I came across these architectures while applying the different patches
> like
> > XRANDR,XRENDER, vnc-fb-use to the Real VNC from fedora site
> > and I found that some of
> > these patches only works for Sorry but I dont have any clue what
> is
> > this architecture. Could any one please let me know how it different from
> > Real VNC's XFree86 architecture.
> >
> You can find quick history of X.Org server on
> It was forked from XFree
> 4.4 series and now is much more better than original XFree. Vast
> majority of OS vendors uses X.Org as default X protocol implementation.
> Base architecture was similar in early X releases (7.0, ...) but
> current X has many differencies from original XFree.
> From my point of view RealVNC doesn't care about free vnc edition
> so this is main point why it still uses old XFree. I can't see any
> advantage of this approach.
> Adam
> --
> Adam Tkac, Red Hat, Inc.
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