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This tree contains a X11R5-hp static server binary from BSD-4.4 X11R5-hp300 distributions. The remainder of the distribution is based on the most recent XFree86 sources. To extract: # cat X11R6.tar.gz | (cd /usr; tar xfz - ) After a unpacking the tar file one might remove the '#' (commenting character) in /etc/rc.local from the statements that would then start xdm automatically. ---- The X11R5 binary has the following requirements: 1) It also needs the following files, which have been added to the distribution: X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/PEX/Roman.phont X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/PEX/Roman_M.phont X11R6/lib/X11/X0screens X11R6/lib/X11/XHPKeymaps 2) The fonts in ..lib/X11/fonts need to be uncompressed and fonts.alias files must not contain lines with a leading '!'. 3) The ../lib/X11/X0screens file just has to contain the graphical display device, i.e. '/dev/grf0'. These changes where made to the standard XFree86-3.3.1 distribution and so this X11 should run on any hp300 with a supported grafic board and a hil ekeyboard/mouse interface. The server binary is quite dated, and hence is NOT a perfect X11 server. Some things can make it crash (for instance, it has been claimed that Xview makes this server crash). On the other hand it gives at least some graphical user interface for the good old hp300 machines and resides in a modern XFree86 environment. The X11R5-hp300 server sources can be downloaded from ftp.comp.vuw.ac.nz:/pub/packages/X/Xhp300/hpbsd.tar.gz These sources are not easily integrated into a current X11 tree. In the long run someone should take this X11R5 server source and merge it into the XFree86 sources, so that a more modern server can be built.
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Parent Directory - MD5 29-Oct-1997 21:06 102 README 29-Oct-1997 21:06 1.7K X11R6.tar.gz 29-Oct-1997 21:06 12M
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