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Re: X.org and XFree86



also, is X.org based on xfree86?

On 20/12/05, Nicholas Kaye-Smith <nkayesmith@xxxxxxxxx > wrote:
I'm a little bewildered by X.org and Xfree86 so I have a few questions:
1. How are they different? (especially since they are both implementations of the x window system)
2. Is Xfree86 still being developed?
3. Does XFree86 support things like composite extensions?
4. If they are implementations of the x windows system, then what is the x window system? Simply an idea or is there code available for the x window system?

Thankyou,
Nicholas


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