Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 24th Jul 2017 23:26 UTC, submitted by Daniel Mark

A new version of the MaXX Desktop hasbeen released. We linked to the project almost two months ago, but the short of it is that it is a continuation of and intends to bring the IRIX desktop to Linux. New features in this release include new xterm-330 with support for UTF-8 characters, SGI color schemes for GTK applications, a new console, new configuration files, SGI demos, as well as other small fixes.

And I'll keep putting these in the otherwise entirely useless and defunct SGI database category.

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by DrJohnnyFever on Wed 26th Jul 2017 03:27 UTC
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It would be worth checking with the developers/copyright holders if BSD is an "acceptable from of Linux" for licensing purposes. Sometimes Linux is used as a short-form for Free Software Unix. I don't see a good reason for them to exclude the BSDs, maybe they'd be open to amending the license.

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