Linked by Andrew Youll on Wed 31st Aug 2005 06:17 UTC, submitted by jonsmirl
X11, Window Managers "I've written a lengthy article covering what I learned during the last two years building the Xegl display server. Topics include the current X server, framebuffer, Xgl, graphics drivers, multiuser support, using the GPU, and a new display server design. Hopefully it will help you fill in the pieces and build an overall picture of the graphics landscape."
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RE: article
by jonsmirl on Wed 31st Aug 2005 15:46 UTC in reply to "article"
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The only downside it the article refering just about Linux x86 situation and not about how these changes in X server in affect other operational systems and plataforms. (I want to know about BSDs, Solaris and others too, as X server is used by them too and it's evolution is tied too them too...)

The article was about the state of Linux graphics, not the state of the X server. It was already twelve pages long. Covering other OS's would add another two or three pages.

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