kde 3.1 -- make Keramik default?
bodnar42 at phalynx.dhs.org
Sun Jun 2 22:48:24 BST 2002
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On June 2, 2002 14:28, Allan Sandfeld Jensen wrote:
> I think you just excluded most UNIX platforms, you might as well have
> stated we only develop KDE for Linux.
1) Most (all?) free Unices use XFree86 by default; that includes Linux,
FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, etc.
2) XFree86 is pretty much the standard way of supporting the X11 protocol on
non-Unix systems, such as MacOS X, OS/2 and Windows.
3) Sun has expressed interest in supporting the RENDER extension in their X
server. Solaris can also run XFree86.
That is far from "just Linux". You can also expect wide spread adoption of the
RENDER extension in the near future, just as previous extensions such as
SHAPE have been picked up by basically every X11 vendor.
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