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Thus spake Luke-Jr on Fri, Oct 08, 2004 at 12:10:32PM CDT
> On Friday 08 October 2004 4:59 pm, Ettore Salvi wrote:
> > Hi everybody:
> > I'm installing Gentoo on my laptop (Toshiba Satellite A30 ).
> > For XFree86Config
> Your first mistake is using XFree. Most of the Linux world (incl Gentoo) are
> using X.org now.
This is news to me, although I note, now that you mention it, that there's
an xorg-x11 ebuild in Gentoo (blocked by XFree). When I installed Gentoo on
my desktop box a year ago or so, I believe that Xfree was recommended.
A few questions:
What are the advantages of X.org over XFree?
If I have XFree successfully installed and running, are there any advantages
Do 3rd party vendors, notably VMWare which I think supplies an optimized
XFree driver, support X.org?
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