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.
See the Copyright Notice.
The sources for XFree86 are available by anonymous ftp from:
Binaries for NetBSD 1.4 and later are available from: ftp://ftp.XFree86.org/pub/XFree86/current/binaries/NetBSD-1.4
A list of mirror sites is provided by ftp://ftp.XFree86.org/pub/XFree86/MIRRORS
Other NetBSD versions:
These binaries are not compatible with earlier NetBSD versions. If you're still running NetBSD earlier than 1.4, you should think about upgrading to a newer version of NetBSD first.
If you don't upgrade, you'll have to build XFree86 from the sources. XFree86 should compile cleanly under earlier versions of NetBSD, although this has not been tested.
XFree86 also builds on NetBSD/sparc. See section Building on other architectures for details.
The client side of XFree86 also builds on NetBSD/alpha and many other architecture supported by NetBSD.
XFree86 also supports NetBSD on PC98 machines.