This is slightly off topic... but anyone know the differences between
x.org and xFree86?
I was using FreeBSD 4.xxx for the longest time (and some varieties of
Linux, OpenBSD, etc) and all where xFree86.
I was out of the "scene" for a bit (but still running 4.xxx) and
recently upgraded to 6.2 and it has x.org...
x.org all over the place.
no more traces of xfree86 anywhere!
now it's at 7.2 :)
Anyone know why x.org split from xFree86? From what I can tell it looks
the same (same files, same options etc)... was it just a licensing
change or something like that?
Just wondering the history behind the different naming and what all
changed? Why was it "forked"?
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