XSuSE—Adding More to the XFree86 Offerings
Aug 01, 1998 By Dirk H. Hohndel
In mid-1997, S.u.S.E. started to release a small family of X servers, called XSuSE, based on XFree86 and freely available in binary form. This paper explains who is involved in doing this, why we are doing it, what exactly we are doing and what will happen next.
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