XFree86 is a port of X11R6.3 that supports several versions of Intel-based Unix. It is derived from X386 1.2, which was the X server distributed with X11R5. This release consists of many new features and performance improvements as well as many bug fixes. The release is available as source patches against the X Consortium X11R6.3 code, as well as binary distributions for many architectures.
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The sources for XFree86 are available by anonymous ftp from:
Binaries of XFree86 for LynxOS x86 are available from:
The binaries were built on `LynxOS x86 3.0.1'. Because of changes made to the object format they don't run on LynxOS versions earlier than 3.0.0.
Building of this XFree86 version has never been tested on LynxOS versions earlier than 2.4.0. Binaries built on LynxOS 2.4.0 are expected to run on 2.3.0 as well.
XFree86 supports LynxOS on the AT, on the microSPARC and on the PowerPC platform. X servers are currently available on the AT and microSPARC platform. Refer to section Building on microSPARC and PowerPC for details on XFree86 on the non-AT platforms.
If you need binaries for other platforms than the one on the XFree86 FTP server contact me (email@example.com).
Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org (Thomas Mueller) or XFree86@XFree86.org if you have comments or suggestions about this file and we'll revise it.