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README for XFree86 3.3.1


			   RREEAADDMMEE ffoorr XXFFrreeee8866 33..33..11

			   The XFree86 Project, Inc

				 26 July 1997


     XFree86 is a port of X11R6.3 that supports several Unix and Unix-like
     operating systems on Intel and other platforms.  This release is a
     maintenance release, fixing bugs found in XFree86 3.3.  It also
     includes the latest public patch for X11R6.3 (patch 2).  The release
     is available as source patches against the X Consortium X11R6.3 code
     and the XFree86 3.3 release.  Binary distributions for many architec
     tures are also available, including a binary upgrade for XFree86 3.3.

_1_.  _W_h_a_t_'_s _n_e_w _i_n _X_F_r_e_e_8_6 _3_._3_._1

For a summary of new features in this release, please refer to the RELNOTES

For a detailed list of changes, refer to the CHANGELOG file in the source dis

_2_.  _S_y_s_t_e_m_s _X_F_r_e_e_8_6 _h_a_s _b_e_e_n _t_e_s_t_e_d _o_n

Note: Not all systems listed here have been tested with the current release.


		Esix: 4.0.3A, 4.0.4,

		Microport: 2.2, 3.1, 4.1, 4.2

		Dell: 2.1, 2.2, 2.2.1

		UHC: 2.0, 3.6

		Consensys: 1.2

		MST: 4.0.3 (Load 2.07 and Load 3.02)

		ISC: 4.0.3

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		AT&T: 2.1, 4.0


		SunSoft: Solaris x86 2.1, 2.4, 2.5, 2.5.1

		PANIX 5.0 for AT



		Novell UnixWare


		ISC: 3.0, 4.0, 4.1


		NetBSD 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.2.1

		OpenBSD 2.0, 2.1

		FreeBSD 2.0.5, 2.1, 2.1.5, 2.1.6, 2.1.7,, 2.2, 2.2.1,
		 2.2.2, 3.0-current

		Linux (Intel x86, DEC Alpha/AXP and m68k)

		LynxOS AT 2.3.0, 2.4.0, 2.5.0

		LynxOS microSPARC 2.4.0, 2.5.0

		LynxOS PowerPC 2.4.0, 2.5.0

		OS/2 Warp 3 FP5/17/22, Warp 4 -/FP1


		FreeBSD(98) 2.0.5, 2.1, 2.1.5, 2.2, 2.2.1

		NetBSD/pc98 (based on NetBSD 1.2)

		PANIX 5.0 for 98

_3_.  _S_u_p_p_o_r_t_e_d _v_i_d_e_o_-_c_a_r_d _c_h_i_p_-_s_e_t_s

At this time, XFree86 3.3.1 supports the following chipsets:

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      Ark Logic
	    ARK1000PV, ARK1000VL, ARK2000PV, ARK2000MT

	    AP6422, AT24

	    18800, 18800-1, 28800-2, 28800-4, 28800-5, 28800-6, 68800-3,
	    68800-6, 68800AX, 68800LX, 88800GX-C, 88800GX-D, 88800GX-E,
	    88800GX-F, 88800CX, 264CT, 264ET, 264VT, 264VT2, 264GT (this list
	    includes the Mach8, Mach32, Mach64, 3D Rage and 3D Rage II)

      Avance Logic
	    ALG2101, ALG2228, ALG2301, ALG2302, ALG2308, ALG2401

      Chips & Technologies
	    65520, 65530, 65540, 65545, 65520, 65530, 65540, 65545, 65546,
	    65548, 65550, 65554, 65555, 68554

      Cirrus Logic
	    CLGD5420, CLGD5422, CLGD5424, CLGD5426, CLGD5428, CLGD5429,
	    CLGD5430, CLGD5434, CLGD5436, CLGD5440, CLGD5446, CLGD5462,
	    CLGD5464, CLGD5465, CLGD5480, CLGD6205, CLGD6215, CLGD6225,
	    CLGD6235, CLGD6410, CLGD6412, CLGD6420, CLGD6440, CLGD7541(*),
	    CLGD7543(*), CLGD7548(*), CLGD7555(*)

      Digital Equipment Corporation



	    8514/A (and true clones), XGA-2

	    AGX-014, AGX-015, AGX-016

	    MGA2064W (Millennium), MGA1064SG (Mystique)

	    MX68000(*), MX680010(*)

	    77C22(*), 77C22E(*), 77C22E+(*)

      Number Nine
	    I128 (series I and II)

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      NVidia/SGS Thomson
	    NV1, STG2000

	    OTI067, OTI077, OTI087


	    86C911, 86C924, 86C801, 86C805, 86C805i, 86C928, 86C864, 86C964,
	    86C732, 86C764, 86C765, 86C767, 86C775, 86C868, 86C968, 86C325,
	    86C375, 86C385, 86C988, 86CM65

	    86C201, 86C202, 86C205

	    ET3000, ET4000AX, ET4000/W32, ET4000/W32i, ET4000/W32p, ET6000

	    TVGA8800CS, TVGA8900B, TVGA8900C, TVGA8900CL, TVGA9000, TVGA9000i,
	    TVGA9100B, TVGA9200CXR, TVGA9320(*), TVGA9400CXi, TVGA9420,
	    TGUI9420DGi, TGUI9430DGi, TGUI9440AGi, TGUI9660XGi, TGUI9680, Pro
	    Vidia 9682, ProVidia 9685, ProVidia 9692, Cyber 9382(*), Cyber

      Video 7/Headland Technologies


      Western Digital/Paradise

      Western Digital
	    WD90C00, WD90C10, WD90C11, WD90C24, WD90C24A, WD90C30, WD90C31,

(*) Note, chips marked in this way have either limited support or the drivers
for them are not actively maintained.

All of the above are supported in both 256 color, and some are supported in
mono and 16 color modes, and some are supported an higher color depths.

Refer to the chipset-specific README files (currently for TGA, Matrox, Mach32,
Mach64, NVidia, Oak, P9000, S3 (except ViRGE), S3 ViRGE, SiS, Video7, Western
Digital, Tseng (W32), Tseng (all), AGX/XGA, ARK, ATI (SVGA server), Chips and
Technologies, Cirrus, Trident) for more information about using those chipsets.

The monochrome server also supports generic VGA cards, using 64k of video mem
ory in a single bank, the Hercules monochrome card, the Hyundai HGC1280, Sigma
LaserView, Visa and Apollo monochrome cards.

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The VGA16 server supports memory banking with the ET4000, Trident, ATI, NCR,
OAK and Cirrus 6420 chipsets allowing virtual display sizes up to about
1600x1200 (with 1MB of video memory).  For other chipsets the display size is
limited to approximately 800x600.

NNoottee:: The Diamond SpeedStar 24 (and possibly some SpeedStar+) boards are NOT
supported, even though they use the ET4000.

The Weitek 9100 and 9130 chipsets are not supported (these are used on the Dia
mond Viper Pro and Viper SE boards).  The chips used on the FireGL boards are
not currently supported.  Most other Diamond boards will work with this release
of XFree86. Diamond is actively supporting The XFree86 Project, Inc.

_4_.  _W_h_e_r_e _t_o _g_e_t _m_o_r_e _i_n_f_o_r_m_a_t_i_o_n

Additional documentation is available in the _X_F_r_e_e_8_6_(_1_), _X_F_8_6_C_o_n_f_i_g_(_4_/_5_),
_X_F_8_6___S_V_G_A_(_1_), _X_F_8_6___M_o_n_o_(_1_), _X_F_8_6___V_G_A_1_6_(_1_), _X_F_8_6___A_c_c_e_l_(_1_), _X_F_8_6_S_e_t_u_p_(_1_) and
_x_v_i_d_t_u_n_e_(_1_) manual pages.  In addition, several README files and tutorial docu
ments are provided.  These are available in /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/doc in the
binary distributions, and in  xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86/doc in the source

The files QuickStart.doc and README.Config should be consulted for information
on how to set up the XFree86 servers.  All supplied documents, manual pages,
and the XFree86 FAQ1  should be read before contacting the XFree86 team for

Documentation on SVGA driver development can be found in the directory
/usr/X11R6/lib/Server/VGADriverDoc in the binary distribution, and in the
directory xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86/VGADriverDoc in the source distribu

If you are totally at a loss, you can contact the XFree86 Support Team at
_<_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._O_r_g_>.	Before doing so, please make sure that you are using
the latest release of XFree86.	Check the versions listed on

There is a Usenet news group comp.windows.x.i386unix that contains mostly dis
cussions about XFree86 and related topics. Many questions can be answered

_5_.  _T_h_a_n_k_s

The XFree86 Project wants to express a special thanks to S.u.S.E. GmbH, Frth,
Germany, for hiring our Core Team member and Vice President Dirk Hohndel as an
employee and allowing him to work more or less full time on XFree86 for the
past 5 months. Without this significant investment from S.u.S.E. into XFree86
the 3.3 release would not have been possible in this form and at this time, and
the work on our 4.0 branch wouldn't be where it is today.


1. <URL:http://www.XFree86.org/FAQ>

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_6_.  _C_r_e_d_i_t_s

XFree86 was originally put together by:

    David Dawes _<_d_a_w_e_s_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

    Glenn Lai _<_g_l_e_n_n_@_c_s_._u_t_e_x_a_s_._e_d_u_>

    Jim Tsillas _<_j_t_s_i_l_l_a_@_c_c_s_._n_e_u_._e_d_u_>

    David Wexelblat _<_d_w_e_x_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

XFree86 support was integrated into the base X11R6 distribution by:

    Stuart Anderson _<_a_n_d_e_r_s_o_n_@_m_e_t_r_o_l_i_n_k_._c_o_m_>

    Doug Anson _<_d_a_n_s_o_n_@_l_g_c_._c_o_m_>

    Gertjan Akkerman _<_a_k_k_e_r_m_a_n_@_d_u_t_i_b_a_._t_w_i_._t_u_d_e_l_f_t_._n_l_>

    Mike Bernson _<_m_i_k_e_@_m_b_s_u_n_._m_l_b_._o_r_g_>

    Robin Cutshaw _<_r_o_b_i_n_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

    David Dawes _<_d_a_w_e_s_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

    Marc Evans _<_m_a_r_c_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

    Pascal Haible _<_h_a_i_b_l_e_@_i_z_f_m_._u_n_i_-_s_t_u_t_t_g_a_r_t_._d_e_>

    Matthieu Herrb _<_M_a_t_t_h_i_e_u_._H_e_r_r_b_@_l_a_a_s_._f_r_>

    Dirk Hohndel _<_h_o_h_n_d_e_l_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

    David Holland _<_d_a_v_i_d_h_@_u_s_e_._c_o_m_>

    Alan Hourihane _<_a_l_a_n_h_@_f_a_i_r_l_i_t_e_._d_e_m_o_n_._c_o_._u_k_>

    Jeffrey Hsu _<_h_s_u_@_s_o_d_a_._b_e_r_k_e_l_e_y_._e_d_u_>

    Glenn Lai _<_g_l_e_n_n_@_c_s_._u_t_e_x_a_s_._e_d_u_>

    Ted Lemon _<_m_e_l_l_o_n_@_n_c_d_._c_o_m_>

    Rich Murphey _<_r_i_c_h_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

    Hans Nasten _<_n_a_s_t_e_n_@_e_v_e_r_y_w_a_r_e_._s_e_>

    Mark Snitily _<_m_a_r_k_@_s_g_c_s_._c_o_m_>

    Randy Terbush _<_r_a_n_d_y_t_@_c_s_e_._u_n_l_._e_d_u_>

    Jon Tombs _<_t_o_m_b_s_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

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    Kees Verstoep _<_v_e_r_s_t_o_@_c_s_._v_u_._n_l_>

    Paul Vixie _<_p_a_u_l_@_v_i_x_._c_o_m_>

    Mark Weaver _<_M_a_r_k___W_e_a_v_e_r_@_b_r_o_w_n_._e_d_u_>

    David Wexelblat _<_d_w_e_x_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

    Philip Wheatley _<_P_h_i_l_i_p_._W_h_e_a_t_l_e_y_@_C_o_l_u_m_b_i_a_S_C_._N_C_R_._C_O_M_>

    Thomas Wolfram _<_w_o_l_f_@_p_r_z_._t_u_-_b_e_r_l_i_n_._d_e_>

    Orest Zborowski _<_o_r_e_s_t_z_@_e_s_k_i_m_o_._c_o_m_>

      386BSD, FreeBSD, NetBSD  support by:

		Rich Murphey _<_R_i_c_h_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

      NetBSD, OpenBSD support by:

		Matthieu Herrb _<_M_a_t_t_h_i_e_u_._H_e_r_r_b_._@_l_a_a_s_._f_r_>

      Original 386BSD port by:

		Pace Willison,

		Amancio Hasty Jr _<_h_a_s_t_y_@_n_e_t_c_o_m_._c_o_m_>

      Mach 386 support by:

		Robert Baron _<_R_o_b_e_r_t_._B_a_r_o_n_@_e_r_n_s_t_._m_a_c_h_._c_s_._c_m_u_._e_d_u_>

      Linux support by:

		Orest Zborowski _<_o_r_e_s_t_z_@_e_s_k_i_m_o_._c_o_m_>

      SCO Unix support by:

		David McCullough _<_d_a_v_i_d_m_@_s_t_a_l_l_i_o_n_._o_z_._a_u_>

      Amoeba support by:

		Kees Verstoep _<_v_e_r_s_t_o_@_c_s_._v_u_._n_l_>

      Minix-386 support by:

		Philip Homburg _<_p_h_i_l_i_p_@_c_s_._v_u_._n_l_>

      OSF/1 support by:

		Marc Evans _<_M_a_r_c_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

      BSD/OS support by:

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		Hans Nasten _<_n_a_s_t_e_n_@_e_v_e_r_y_w_a_r_e_._s_e_>,

		Paul Vixie _<_p_a_u_l_@_v_i_x_._c_o_m_>

      Solaris support by:

		Doug Anson _<_d_a_n_s_o_n_@_l_g_c_._c_o_m_>,

		David Holland _<_d_a_v_i_d_h_@_u_s_e_._c_o_m_>

      ISC SVR3 support by:

		Michael Rohleder _<_m_i_c_h_a_e_l_._r_o_h_l_e_d_e_r_@_s_t_a_d_t_-_f_r_a_n_k_f_u_r_t_._d_e_>

      LynxOS support by:

		Thomas Mueller _<_t_m_@_s_y_s_t_r_i_x_._d_e_>

      OS/2 support by:

		Holger Veit _<_H_o_l_g_e_r_._V_e_i_t_@_g_m_d_._d_e_>

		Sebastien Marineau _<_s_5_2_1_9_3_6_@_a_i_x_1_._u_o_t_t_a_w_a_._c_a_>

      Linux shared libraries by:

		Orest Zborowski _<_o_r_e_s_t_z_@_e_s_k_i_m_o_._c_o_m_>,

		Dirk Hohndel _<_h_o_h_n_d_e_l_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

      PC98 support by:

		Toyonori Fujiura _<_t_o_y_o_@_i_b_b_s_a_l_._o_r_._j_p_>,

		Hiroyuki Aizu _<_a_i_z_u_@_j_a_i_s_t_._a_c_._j_p_>,

		Tetsuya Kakefuda _<_k_a_k_e_f_u_d_a_@_t_a_g_._i_i_j_n_e_t_._o_r_._j_p_>,

		Takefumi Tsukada _<_t_s_u_k_a_@_l_i_n_k_t_._i_m_a_s_y_._o_r_._j_p_>,


		Naoki Katsurakawa _<_k_a_t_s_u_r_a_@_p_r_c_._t_s_u_k_u_b_a_._a_c_._j_p_>,

		Shuichiro Urata _<_s_-_u_r_a_t_a_@_n_m_i_t_._t_m_g_._n_e_c_._c_o_._j_p_>,

		Yasuyuki Kato _<_y_a_s_u_y_u_k_i_@_a_c_a_e_t_s_0_._a_n_r_i_t_s_u_._c_o_._j_p_>,

		Michio Jinbo _<_k_a_r_l_@_p_m_s_._n_a_g_a_o_k_a_u_t_._a_c_._j_p_>,

		Tatsuya Koike _<_k_o_i_k_e_t_@_f_o_c_u_s_._r_i_m_._o_r_._j_p_>,

		Koichiro Suzuki _<_k_s_u_z_u_k_i_@_c_c_._t_u_a_t_._a_c_._j_p_>,

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		Tsuyoshi Tamaki _<_t_a_m_a_k_i_@_s_a_i_l_._t_._u_-_t_o_k_y_o_._a_c_._j_p_>,

		Isao Ohishi _<_o_h_i_s_h_i_@_h_f_._r_i_m_._o_r_._j_p_>,

		Kohji Ohishi _<_a_t_e_n_a_@_n_j_k_._c_o_._j_p_>,

		Shin'ichi Yairo _<_Q_Z_R_0_0_5_2_2_@_n_i_f_t_y_s_e_r_v_e_._o_r_._j_p_>,

		Kazuo Ito _<_f_t_4_k_-_i_t_u_@_a_s_a_h_i_-_n_e_t_._o_r_._j_p_>,

		Jun Sakuma _<_i_9_3_1_3_6_1_@_j_k_s_._i_s_._t_s_u_k_u_b_a_._a_c_._j_p_>,

		Shuichi Ueno _<_u_e_n_o_s_@_p_p_p_._b_e_k_k_o_a_m_e_._o_r_._j_p_>,

		Ishida Kazuo _<_i_s_h_i_d_a_k_z_@_o_b_p_._c_l_._n_e_c_._c_o_._j_p_>,

		Takaaki Nomura _<_t_n_o_m_u_r_a_@_s_f_c_._k_e_i_o_._a_c_._j_p_>,

		Tadaaki Nagao _<_n_a_g_a_o_@_c_s_._t_i_t_e_c_h_._a_c_._j_p_>,

		Minoru Noda _<_m_n_o_d_a_@_c_v_._t_o_t_t_o_r_i_-_u_._a_c_._j_p_>,

		Naofumi Honda _<_h_o_n_d_a_@_K_u_r_u_r_u_._m_a_t_h_._h_o_k_u_d_a_i_._a_c_._j_p_>,

		Akio Morita _<_a_m_o_r_i_t_a_@_b_i_r_d_._s_c_p_h_y_s_._k_y_o_t_o_-_u_._a_c_._j_p_>,

		Takashi Sakamoto _<_s_a_k_a_m_o_t_o_@_y_a_j_i_m_a_._k_u_i_s_._k_y_o_t_o_-_u_._a_c_._j_p_>,

		Yasuhiro Ichikawa _<_c_s_9_4_0_0_6_@_m_b_o_x_._s_i_s_t_._a_c_._j_p_>,

		Kazunori Ueno _<_g_5_4_0_0_1_2_@_k_o_m_a_b_a_._e_c_c_._u_-_t_o_k_y_o_._a_c_._j_p_>,

		Yasushi Suzuki _<_s_u_z_@_d_2_._b_s_1_._f_c_._n_e_c_._c_o_._j_p_>,

		Masato Yoshida (Contributor of PW805i support)

      Original accelerated code by:

		Kevin Martin _<_m_a_r_t_i_n_@_c_s_._u_n_c_._e_d_u_>,

		Rik Faith _<_f_a_i_t_h_@_c_s_._u_n_c_._e_d_u_>,

		Jon Tombs _<_t_o_m_b_s_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

      XFree86 Acceleration Architecture (XAA) by:

		Harm Hanemaayer _<_H_._H_a_n_e_m_a_a_y_e_r_@_i_n_t_e_r_._n_l_._n_e_t_>,

      S3 accelerated code by:

		Jon Tombs _<_t_o_m_b_s_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>,

		Harald Koenig _<_k_o_e_n_i_g_@_t_a_t_._p_h_y_s_i_k_._u_n_i_-_t_u_e_b_i_n_g_e_n_._d_e_>,

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		David Wexelblat _<_d_w_e_x_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>,

		David Dawes _<_d_a_w_e_s_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>,

		Robin Cutshaw _<_r_o_b_i_n_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>,

		Amancio Hasty _<_h_a_s_t_y_@_n_e_t_c_o_m_._c_o_m_>,

		Norbert Distler _<_N_o_r_b_e_r_t_._D_i_s_t_l_e_r_@_p_h_y_s_i_k_._t_u_-_m_u_e_n_c_h_e_n_._d_e_>,

		Leonard N. Zubkoff _<_l_n_z_@_d_a_n_d_e_l_i_o_n_._c_o_m_>,

		Bernhard Bender _<_b_r_@_e_l_s_a_._m_h_s_._c_o_m_p_u_s_e_r_v_e_._c_o_m_>,

		Dirk Hohndel _<_h_o_h_n_d_e_l_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>,

		Joe Moss _<_j_o_e_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

      S3V accelerated code by:

		Harald Koenig _<_k_o_e_n_i_g_@_t_a_t_._p_h_y_s_i_k_._u_n_i_-_t_u_e_b_i_n_g_e_n_._d_e_>,

		Kevin Brosius _<_C_o_b_r_a_@_c_o_m_p_u_s_e_r_v_e_._c_o_m_>

		Berry Dijk _<_b_e_r_r_y___d_i_j_k_@_t_a_s_k_i_n_g_._n_l_>

		Dirk Hohndel _<_h_o_h_n_d_e_l_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

		Huver Hu _<_h_u_v_e_r_@_a_m_g_r_a_f_._c_o_m_>

		Dirk Vangestel _<_g_e_s_t_e_l_d_@_s_h_._b_e_l_._a_l_c_a_t_e_l_._b_e_>

      Mach32 accelerated code by:

		Kevin Martin _<_m_a_r_t_i_n_@_c_s_._u_n_c_._e_d_u_>,

		Rik Faith _<_f_a_i_t_h_@_c_s_._u_n_c_._e_d_u_>,

		Mike Bernson _<_m_i_k_e_@_m_b_s_u_n_._m_l_b_._o_r_g_>,

		Mark Weaver _<_M_a_r_k___W_e_a_v_e_r_@_b_r_o_w_n_._e_d_u_>,

		Craig Groeschel _<_c_r_a_i_g_@_m_e_t_r_o_l_i_n_k_._c_o_m_>

		Bryan Feir _<_j_e_n_o_r_a_@_i_s_t_a_r_._c_a_>

      Mach64 accelerated code by:

		Kevin Martin _<_m_a_r_t_i_n_@_c_s_._u_n_c_._e_d_u_>,

      Mach8, 8514 accelerated code by:

		Kevin Martin _<_m_a_r_t_i_n_@_c_s_._u_n_c_._e_d_u_>,

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		Rik Faith _<_f_a_i_t_h_@_c_s_._u_n_c_._e_d_u_>,

		Tiago Gons _<_t_i_a_g_o_@_c_o_m_o_s_j_n_._h_o_b_b_y_._n_l_>,

		Hans Nasten _<_n_a_s_t_e_n_@_e_v_e_r_y_w_a_r_e_._s_e_>,

		Scott Laird _<_s_c_o_t_t_@_l_a_i_r_d_._c_o_m_>

      Cirrus accelerated code by:

		Simon Cooper _<_s_c_o_o_p_e_r_@_v_i_z_l_a_b_._r_u_t_g_e_r_s_._e_d_u_>,

		Harm Hanemaayer _<_H_._H_a_n_e_m_a_a_y_e_r_@_i_n_t_e_r_._n_l_._n_e_t_>,

		Bill Reynolds _<_b_i_l_l_@_g_o_s_h_a_w_k_._l_a_n_l_._g_o_v_>,

		Corin Anderson _<_c_o_r_i_n_a_@_b_d_c_._c_i_r_r_u_s_._c_o_m_>

      Western Digital accelerated code by:

		Mike Tierney _<_f_l_o_y_d_@_p_e_p_s_i_._e_n_g_._u_m_d_._e_d_u_>,

		Bill Conn _<_c_o_n_n_@_b_n_r_._c_a_>

      P9000 accelerated code by:

		Erik Nygren _<_n_y_g_r_e_n_@_m_i_t_._e_d_u_>,

		Harry Langenbacher _<_h_a_r_r_y_@_b_r_a_i_n_._j_p_l_._n_a_s_a_._g_o_v_>

		Chris Mason _<_m_a_s_o_n_@_m_a_i_l_._c_s_h_._r_i_t_._e_d_u_>

		Henrik Harmsen _<_h_a_r_m_s_e_n_@_e_r_i_t_e_l_._s_e_>

      AGX accelerated code by:

		Henry Worth _<_h_a_w_o_r_t_h_@_w_c_o_._c_o_m_>,

      Number Nine I128 driver by:

		Robin Cutshaw _<_r_o_b_i_n_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>,

      ET4000/W32 accelerated code by:

		Glenn Lai _<_g_l_e_n_n_@_c_s_._u_t_e_x_a_s_._e_d_u_>,

      ET6000 SVGA and accelerated support (both based on the existing W32 code) by:

		Koen Gadeyne _<_k_o_e_n_._g_a_d_e_y_n_e_@_b_a_r_c_o_._c_o_m_>,

      Oak Technologies Inc. accelerated code by:

		Jorge Delgado _<_e_r_n_a_r_@_d_i_t_._u_p_m_._e_s_>,

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      16 color VGA server by:

		Gertjan Akkerman _<_a_k_k_e_r_m_a_n_@_d_u_t_i_b_a_._t_w_i_._t_u_d_e_l_f_t_._n_l_>

      2 color VGA and non-VGA mono servers by:

		Pascal Haible _<_h_a_i_b_l_e_@_i_z_f_m_._u_n_i_-_s_t_u_t_t_g_a_r_t_._d_e_>

      ATI SVGA driver by:

		Per Lindqvist _<_p_g_d_@_c_o_m_p_u_r_a_m_._b_b_t_._s_e_> and Doug Evans

		Ported to X11R5 by Rik Faith _<_f_a_i_t_h_@_c_s_._u_n_c_._e_d_u_>.

		Rewritten by Marc La France _<_M_a_r_c_._L_a_-_F_r_a_n_c_e_@_u_a_l_b_e_r_t_a_._c_a_>

      WD90C24 support by:

		Brad Bosch _<_b_r_a_d_@_l_a_c_h_m_a_n_._c_o_m_>

      Trident SVGA driver by:

		Alan Hourihane _<_a_l_a_n_h_@_f_a_i_r_l_i_t_e_._d_e_m_o_n_._c_o_._u_k_>

      SiS SVGA driver by:

		Alan Hourihane _<_a_l_a_n_h_@_f_a_i_r_l_i_t_e_._d_e_m_o_n_._c_o_._u_k_>

		Xavier Ducoin _<_x_a_v_i_e_r_@_r_d_._l_e_c_t_r_a_._f_r_>

      DEC 21030 (TGA) server by:

		Alan Hourihane _<_a_l_a_n_h_@_f_a_i_r_l_i_t_e_._d_e_m_o_n_._c_o_._u_k_>

		Harald Koenig _<_k_o_e_n_i_g_@_t_a_t_._p_h_y_s_i_k_._u_n_i_-_t_u_e_b_i_n_g_e_n_._d_e_>

      NCR SVGA driver by:

		Stuart Anderson _<_a_n_d_e_r_s_o_n_@_m_e_t_r_o_l_i_n_k_._c_o_m_> with the permission
		 of NCR Corporation

      Cirrus SVGA driver by:

		Bill Reynolds _<_b_i_l_l_@_g_o_s_h_a_w_k_._l_a_n_l_._g_o_v_>,

		Hank Dietz _<_h_a_n_k_d_@_e_c_n_._p_u_r_d_u_e_._e_d_u_>,

		Simon Cooper _<_s_c_o_o_p_e_r_@_v_i_z_l_a_b_._r_u_t_g_e_r_s_._e_d_u_>,

		Harm Hanemaayer _<_H_._H_a_n_e_m_a_a_y_e_r_@_i_n_t_e_r_._n_l_._n_e_t_>,

		Corin Anderson _<_c_o_r_i_n_a_@_b_d_c_._c_i_r_r_u_s_._c_o_m_>

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      Cirrus CL64xx driver by:

		Manfred Brands _<_m_b_@_o_c_e_o_n_i_c_s_._n_l_>

		Randy Hendry _<_r_a_n_d_y_@_s_g_i_._c_o_m_>

		Jeff Kirk _<_j_e_f_f_@_b_a_m_b_a_m_._d_s_d_._E_S_._C_O_M_>

      Compaq SVGA driver by:

		Hans Oey _<_h_a_n_s_@_m_o_._h_o_b_b_y_._n_l_>

		Ming Yu _<_y_u_m_@_i_t_p_._a_c_._c_n_>

		Gerry Toll _<_g_t_o_l_l_@_t_c_._c_o_r_n_e_l_l_._e_d_u_>

      Oak SVGA driver by:

		Steve Goldman _<_s_g_o_l_d_m_a_n_@_e_n_c_o_r_e_._c_o_m_>

		Jorge Delgado _<_e_r_n_a_r_@_d_i_t_._u_p_m_._e_s_>

      ARK Logic SVGA driver by:

		Harm Hanemaayer _<_H_._H_a_n_e_m_a_a_y_e_r_@_i_n_t_e_r_._n_l_._n_e_t_>

		Leon Bottou _<_b_o_t_t_o_u_@_l_a_f_o_r_i_a_._i_b_p_._f_r_>

      AL2101 SVGA driver by:

		Paolo Severini _<_l_e_n_d_l_@_d_i_s_t_._d_i_s_t_._u_n_i_g_e_._i_t_>

      Avance Logic ``ali'' SVGA driver by:

		Ching-Tai Chiu _<_c_c_h_i_u_@_n_e_t_c_o_m_._c_o_m_>

      Chips & Technologies SVGA driver by:

		Regis Cridlig _<_c_r_i_d_l_i_g_@_d_m_i_._e_n_s_._f_r_>

		Jon Block _<_b_l_o_c_k_@_f_r_c_._c_o_m_>

		Mike Hollick _<_h_o_l_l_i_c_k_@_g_r_a_p_h_i_c_s_._c_i_s_._u_p_e_n_n_._e_d_u_>

		Nozomi Ytow

		Egbert Eich _<_E_g_b_e_r_t_._E_i_c_h_@_P_h_y_s_i_k_._T_H_-_D_a_r_m_s_t_a_d_t_._D_E_>

		David Bateman _<_d_b_a_t_e_m_a_n_@_e_e_._u_t_s_._e_d_u_._a_u_>

		Xavier Ducoin _<_x_a_v_i_e_r_@_r_d_._l_e_c_t_r_a_._f_r_>

      MX SVGA driver by:

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		Frank Dikker _<_d_i_k_k_e_r_@_c_s_._u_t_w_e_n_t_e_._n_l_>

      Video7 SVGA driver by:

		Craig Struble _<_c_s_t_r_u_b_l_e_@_a_c_m_._v_t_._e_d_u_>

      RealTek SVGA driver by:

		Peter Trattler _<_p_e_t_e_r_@_s_b_o_x_._t_u_-_g_r_a_z_._a_c_._a_t_>

      Apollo Mono driver by:

		Hamish Coleman _<_h_a_m_i_s_h_@_z_o_t_._a_p_a_n_a_._o_r_g_._a_u_>

      Matrox SVGA driver by:

		Guy Desbief _<_g_._d_e_s_b_i_e_f_@_a_i_x_._p_a_c_w_a_n_._n_e_t_>

		Radoslaw Kapitan _<_k_a_p_i_t_a_n_@_s_t_u_d_e_n_t_._u_c_i_._a_g_h_._e_d_u_._p_l_>

		Andrew Vanderstock _<_v_a_n_d_e_r_a_j_@_m_a_i_l_2_._s_v_h_m_._o_r_g_._a_u_>

		Angsar Hockmann _<_A_n_s_g_a_r_._H_o_c_k_m_a_n_n_@_h_r_z_._u_n_i_-_d_o_r_t_m_u_n_d_._d_e_>

		Michael Will _<_M_i_c_h_a_e_l_._W_i_l_l_@_s_t_u_d_e_n_t_._u_n_i_-_t_u_e_b_i_n_g_e_n_._d_e_>

		Andrew Mileski _<_a_e_m_@_o_t_t_._h_o_o_k_u_p_._n_e_t_>

		Stephen Pitts _<_p_i_t_t_s_2_@_m_e_m_p_h_i_s_o_n_l_i_n_e_._c_o_m_>

		Dirk Hohndel _<_h_o_h_n_d_e_l_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._O_r_g_>

		Leonard N. Zubkoff _<_l_n_z_@_d_a_n_d_e_l_i_o_n_._c_o_m_>

      ViRGE SVGA driver by:

		Sebastien Marineau _<_m_a_r_i_n_e_a_u_@_g_e_n_i_e_._u_o_t_t_a_w_a_._c_a_>,

		Harald Koenig _<_k_o_e_n_i_g_@_t_a_t_._p_h_y_s_i_k_._u_n_i_-_t_u_e_b_i_n_g_e_n_._d_e_>

      Linux/m68k Frame Buffer Device driver by:

		Martin Schaller

		Geert Uytterhoeven _<_G_e_e_r_t_._U_y_t_t_e_r_h_o_e_v_e_n_@_c_s_._k_u_l_e_u_v_e_n_._a_c_._b_e_>

		Andreas Schwab _<_s_c_h_w_a_b_@_i_s_s_a_n_._i_n_f_o_r_m_a_t_i_k_._u_n_i_-_d_o_r_t_m_u_n_d_._d_e_>

		Guenther Kelleter _<_g_u_e_n_t_h_e_r_@_P_o_o_l_._I_n_f_o_r_m_a_t_i_k_._R_W_T_H_-_A_a_c_h_e_n_._d_e_>

      Tseng ET4000 and ET6000 SVGA driver by:

		Unknown authors]

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		Dirk Hohndel _<_h_o_h_n_d_e_l_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._O_r_g_>

		Koen Gadeyne _<_k_o_e_n_._g_a_d_e_y_n_e_@_b_a_r_c_o_._c_o_m_>

		... and others

      XFree86-VidModeExtension and xvidtune client by:

		Kaleb S. Keithley _<_k_a_l_e_b_@_x_._o_r_g_>

		David Dawes _<_d_a_w_e_s_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

		Jon Tombs _<_t_o_m_b_s_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

		Joe Moss _<_j_o_e_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

      XFree86-Misc extension by:

		Joe Moss _<_j_o_e_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

		David Dawes _<_d_a_w_e_s_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

      XFree86-DGA extension by:

		Jon Tombs _<_t_o_m_b_s_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

		Mark Vojkovich _<_m_v_o_j_k_o_v_i_@_u_c_s_d_._e_d_u_>

		Harm Hanemaayer _<_H_._H_a_n_e_m_a_a_y_e_r_@_i_n_t_e_r_._n_l_._n_e_t_>,

		David Dawes _<_d_a_w_e_s_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

      XInput integration, devices and clients by:

		Frederic Lepied _<_l_e_p_i_e_d_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._O_r_g_> (XInput integration,
		 Wacom tablet, Joystick and extended mouse devices, xsetpointer
		 and xsetmode clients)

		Patrick Lecoanet _<_l_e_c_o_a_n_e_t_@_c_e_n_a_._d_g_a_c_._f_r_> (Elographics touch
		 screen device)

		Steven Lang _<_t_i_g_e_r_@_t_y_g_e_r_._o_r_g_> (Summagraphics tablet device)

      Other contributors:

		Joerg Wunsch _<_j_o_e_r_g___w_u_n_s_c_h_@_u_r_i_a_h_._s_a_x_._d_e_> (ET3000 banked mono),

		Thomas Dickey _<_d_i_c_k_e_y_@_c_l_a_r_k_._n_e_t_> (xterm "new" model ANSI col
		 ors and VT220, VT520 emulation).

		Eric Raymond _<_e_s_r_@_s_n_a_r_k_._t_h_y_r_s_u_s_._c_o_m_> (new video mode documen

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		and an entire horde of beta-testers around the world!

_7_.  _C_o_n_t_a_c_t _i_n_f_o_r_m_a_t_i_o_n

Ongoing development planning and support is coordinated by the XFree86 Core
Team.  At this time the Core Team consists of (in alphabetical order):

    Robin Cutshaw _<_r_o_b_i_n_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

    David Dawes _<_d_a_w_e_s_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

    Marc Evans _<_m_a_r_c_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

    Harm Hanemaayer _<_H_._H_a_n_e_m_a_a_y_e_r_@_i_n_t_e_r_._n_l_._n_e_t_>

    Dirk Hohndel _<_h_o_h_n_d_e_l_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

    Harald Koenig _<_k_o_e_n_i_g_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

    Rich Murphey _<_r_i_c_h_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

    Jon Tombs _<_t_o_m_b_s_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

    David Wexelblat _<_d_w_e_x_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

Mail sent to _<_C_o_r_e_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_> will reach the core team.  Please note that
support questions should be sent to _<_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>.

_8_.  _T_h_e _X_F_r_e_e_8_6 _P_r_o_j_e_c_t_, _I_n_c_.

The XFree86 Project, Inc, was founded to accomplish two major goals:

  1.  To provide a vehicle by which XFree86 can be represented in X Consortium,
      Inc, the organization responsible for the design, development, and
      release of The X Window System.

  2.  To provide some basic funding for acquisition of facilities for ongoing
      XFree86 development, largely to consist of new video hardware and basic
      computing facilities.

The first of these was the primary motivation.	We have held discussions with
the X Consortium on and off for many months, attempting to find an avenue by
which our loosely-organized free software project could be given a voice within
the X Consortium.  The bylaws of the Consortium would not recognize such an
organization.  After an initial investigation about funding, we decided to form
our own corporation to provide the avenue we needed to meet the requirements of
the X Consortium bylaws.

By doing this, we were able to be involved in the beta-test interval for X11R6,
and have contributed the majority of XFree86 to the X11R6 and X11R6.1 core
release.  The version of XFree86 in the initial X11R6 core is 3.0.  The version
of XFree86 in the current X11R6.3 release is 3.2.

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An additional benefit of this incorporation is that The XFree86 Project, Inc
has obtained outside financial support for our work.  This will hopefully give
us the freedom to be more pro-active in obtaining new video hardware, and
enable us to release better products more quickly, as we will be able to go and
get what we need, and get it into the hands of the people who can do the work.

The current Board of Directors and Officers of the The XFree86 Project, Inc,

    David Dawes, President and Secretary

    Dirk Hohndel, Vice-President

    Glenn Lai, Director

    Rich Murphey, Treasurer

    Jim Tsillas, Director

    Jon Tombs, Director

    David Wexelblat, Director

Email to _<_B_O_D_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_> reaches the board of directors.

Our bylaws have been crafted in such a way to ensure that XFree86 is and always
will be a free software project.  There is no personal financial benefit to any
member of the Core Team or any other XFree86 participant.  All assets of the
corporation remain with the corporation, and, in the event of the dissolution
of the corporation, all assets will be turned over to the X Consortium, Inc.
It is hoped that by doing this, our corporation will be merely a formalization
of what we have been doing in the past, rather than something entirely new.

As of March 1997, The XFree86 Project has revised its source/binary access and
release policy.	 The main points of the new policy are:

    There will be no more time-limited public binary-only beta releases.
     Instead we plan to increase the frequency of full public releases to about
     four releases per year.

    The source access/use is divided into three categories:

	 End users.  End users have access to only the source of full public
	  releases.  The main reason for this restriction is that our develop
	  ment code often contains code from other sources which cannot be
	  released to the public immediately.

	 Active developers (members of the XFree86 ``developer team'').
	  Active developers must formally become non-voting members of the
	  XFree86 Project, and have full access to our internal development
	  source.  They are permitted to make time-limited binaries (in coordi
	  nation with the Core Team) of the servers they are actively working
	  on available to external testers for specific testing.

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	 Commercial members.  Commercial members are non-voting members of The
	  XFree86 Project who donate US$5000/year to the Project.  Addition
	  ally, companies who contribute significantly to the development
	  effort of XFree86 can be awarded commercial membership by the Core
	  Team on a yearly bases.  Commercial members can use the internal
	  XFree86 development source for derived binary-only products providing
	  that they take full responsibility for supporting the product, and
	  don't call it ``XFree86'' (although the derivation of the product
	  must be acknowledged in any accompanying documentation).  Binary
	  packages for the OSs we support which are simply compiled from our
	  internal source without significant added value are explicitly NOT

Here is a list of the organizations and individuals who have provided sponsor
ship to The XFree86 Project, Inc, either by financial contribution or by the
donation of equipment and resources.  The XFree86 Project, Inc gratefully
acknowledges these contributions, and hopes that we can do justice to them by
continuing to release high-quality free software for the betterment of the
Internet community as a whole.

    UUNET Communications Services, Inc.2

UUNET Communications Services, Inc, deserves special mention.  This organiza
tion stepped forward and contributed the entire 1994 X Consortium membership
fee on a moment's notice.  This single act ensured XFree86's involvement in

    GUUG -- 1st German Linux Congress

Also deserving of special mention are the organizers and attendees of the 1st
German Linux Congress in Heidelberg.  Significant funding to The XFree86 Pro
ject has been provided from its proceeds.

    AIB Software Corporation3 , Herndon, VA

    Roland Alder, Armin Fessler, Patrick Seemann, Martin Wunderli

    American Micro Group

    ATI Technologies Inc4

    Andrew Burgess

    Berkeley Software Design, Inc5 , Falls Church, VA


2. <URL:http://www.uu.net/>

3. <URL:http://www.aib.com/>

4. <URL:http://www.atitech.ca/>

5. <URL:http://www.bsdi.com/>

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    Caldera, Inc.6

    Delix Computer GmbH7 , Stuttgart, Germany

    The Destek Group, Inc.8 , Nashua, NH (formerly Synergytics)

    Diamond Multimedia Systems, Inc.9

    Digital Equipment Corporation10

    Elsa GmbH11 , Aachen, Germany

    Genoa Systems Corporation

    Helius, Inc.12

    Hercules Computer Technology, Inc.13

    Ralf Hockens

    Dirk Hohndel

    InfoMagic14 , Flagstaff, AZ

    Daniel Kraemer

    Frank & Paige McCormick

    Linux International

    Linux Support Team, Erlangen, Germany

    LunetIX Softfair15 , Berlin, Germany


6. <URL:http://www.caldera.com/>

7. <URL:http://www.delix.de/>

8. <URL:http://www.destek.net/Destek/>

9. <URL:http://www.diamondmm.com/>







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    Morse Telecommunications16 , Long Beach, NY

    MELCO, Inc17

    MIRO Computer Products AG, Braunschweig, Germany

    Rich & Amy Murphey

    NCR Corp18

    Brett Neumeier

    Number Nine, Lexington, MA

    Kazuyuki Okamoto, Japan

    Prime Time Freeware19 , San Bruno, CA

    Red Hat Software20 , Chapel Hill, NC

    Norbert Reithinger

    SPEA Software AG, Starnberg, Germany

    STB Systems

    Clifford M Stein

    Joel Storm

    S.u.S.E. GmbH21 , Fuerth, Germany

    Tekelec Airtronic GmbH22 , Muenchen, Germany

    Jim Tsillas

    Trans-Ameritech Enterprises, Inc., Santa Clara, CA









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    Unifix Software GmbH, Braunschweig, Germany

    Vixie Enterprises23 , La Honda, CA

    Walnut Creek CDROM24 , Concord, CA

    Xtreme s.a.s.25 , Livorno, Italy

The XFree86 Project, Inc, welcomes the additional contribution of funding
and/or equipment.  Such contributions should be tax-deductible; we will know
for certain when the lawyers get finished with the papers.  For more informa
tion, contact The XFree86 Project, Inc, at _<_B_O_D_@_X_F_r_e_e_8_6_._o_r_g_>

_9_.  _S_o_u_r_c_e _a_n_d _b_i_n_a_r_y _a_r_c_h_i_v_e _s_i_t_e_s

Source patches are available to upgrade X11R6.3 PL2 from the X Consortium (now
The Open Group) to XFree86 3.3.1.  Binaries for many OSs are also available.
The distribution is available from:


and the following mirror sites:

    North America:

	 ftp://ftp2.XFree86.org/pub/XFree86 (source and binaries)

	 ftp://ftp.infomagic.com/pub/mirrors/XFree86-current (source and bina

	 ftp://ftp.rge.com/pub/X/XFree86 and http://www.rge.com/pub/X/XFree86
	  (source and binaries)

	 ftp://ftp.varesearch.com/pub/mirrors/xfree86 (source and binaries)

	 ftp://ftp.cs.umn.edu/pub/XFree86 (source and binaries)

	 ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/mirrors/xfree86 (source and binaries)


	 ftp://fvkma.tu-graz.ac.at/pub/XFree86 (source and binaries)

	 ftp://gd.tuwien.ac.at/hci/X11/XFree86 and
	  http://gd.tuwien.ac.at/hci/X11/XFree86 (source and binaries)





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	 ftp://ftp.fee.vutbr.cz/pub/XFree86 (source patches and binaries)

	 ftp://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/xfree86/XFree86 (source and binaries)

	 ftp://ftp.mpi-sb.mpg.de/pub/X/mirror/ftp.xfree86.org (source and

	 ftp://ftp.cs.tu-berlin.de/pub/X/XFree86 (source and binaries)

	 ftp://ftp.uni-erlangen.de/pub/Linux/MIRROR.xfree86 (source and Linux

	 ftp://ftp.uni-stuttgart.de/pub/X11/Xfree86 (source and binaries)

	 ftp://ftp.funet.fi/pub/X11/XFree86 (source and binaries)

	 ftp://ftp.ibp.fr/pub/X11/XFree86 (source and binaries)

	 ftp://ftp.unina.it/pub/XFree86 (source and binaries)

	 ftp://ftp.pvv.unit.no/pub/XFree86 (source and binaries)

	 ftp://sunsite.doc.ic.ac.uk/packages/XFree86 (source and binaries)


	 ftp://x.physics.usyd.edu.au/pub/XFree86 (source and binaries)

	 ftp://ftp.netlab.is.tsukuba.ac.jp/pub/XFree86 (source and binaries)

	 ftp://ftp.iij.ad.jp/pub/X/XFree86/XFree86 (source and binaries)

	 ftp://ftp.kreonet.re.kr/pub/Linux/xfree86 (source and binaries)

Ensure that you are getting XFree86 3.3.1 - some of these sites may archive
older releases as well.	 Check the RELNOTES to find which files you need to
take from the archive.

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     $XConsortium: README.sgml /main/31 1996/10/28 05:43:24 kaleb $

README for XFree86 3.3.1


1. What's new in XFree86 3.3.1 .............................................. 1

2. Systems XFree86 has been tested on ....................................... 1

3. Supported video-card chip-sets ........................................... 2

4. Where to get more information ............................................ 5

5. Thanks ................................................................... 5

6. Credits .................................................................. 6

7. Contact information ..................................................... 16

8. The XFree86 Project, Inc. ............................................... 16

9. Source and binary archive sites ......................................... 21


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