Subject: X servers, NetBSD and Linux
To: None <port-alpha@NetBSD.ORG>
From: David Seifert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/11/1997 09:59:25
>> Assuming you're talking about the server, NetBSD 1.2's X server
>> works fine on the Multia/UDB. Linux's X server on the same hardware
>> is unbelieveably bad.
> Really? Works for me ...
Upon thinking about it more, I've decided that it is probably a
Linux kernel problem rather than a Linux X server problem.
E.g. the X server is starved for CPU cycles (or something) when it
>> xnest gets farther on NetBSD before crashing than it does on
> That's good.
Unfortunately it still doesn't get far enough to be useful, even
after a fair amount of hacking.
I'm told that the XFree86 3.3.1 xnest works. Sources available from
ftp.xfree86.org or Linux types can grab
Remember, Linux isn't the enemy. Micros**t is the enemy.