Two questions about the 3b1 tgeorge at
Fri May 31 06:12:28 AEST 1991

In article <1991May29.041204.21680 at> dnichols at (DoN Nichols) writes:
>In article <10144 at idunno.Princeton.EDU> yong at (Young Rene) writes:
>>-Don't count on it!
>>-	X-Windows is great if you have MIPS and RAM and disk capacity to 
>>-spare.  According to a recent Unix Week artical (13 May, 1991 p55) the 
>	Well, the /usr/bin/X11 directory on my Sun 2/120 (68010 cpu, 10MHZ)
>is about 16MB, but the executable Xsun is only about a Megabyte.  If there
>is adequate resolution on the 3b1's screen (though I don't see it running
>the 80x65 xterm windows legibly) I guess that it could be persuaded to run
>X11R4, but I'd re-format that hard disk, giving more space to swap, sinceA
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I have already porting the majority of the client side of X11R4 on the
3b1, and am now working on the sever port. From what I can tell, with
the help of the VIDPAL, it should be very similiar to the Xsun server, 
with new drivers for mouse and keyboard. I let everyone know how it is

Tom Roehr

P.S. Hi Lenny!

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