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From: obz@sisd.kodak.com (Orest Zborowski COMP)
Subject: linux port of x386 1.2e 1.0
Date: Sat, 18 Jul 92 20:45:00 GMT

the next version of the linux port will be based on x386 1.2e 1.0, as
described in the previous post. it will sport a much faster server,
corrections to bugs in the shared x libs, and inclusion of more features
built into the server (xinput, shape, scaled fonts, etc). the format will
be the same as that of x11v1.1 (due to the shared lib changes), and will
take me about a week to get things together. as promised, full sources
and patches will be made available on banjo.concert.net.

zorst
[obz@raster.Kodak.COM]
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zorst (orest zborowski)
[obz@raster.Kodak.COM]

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