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Old 04-08-2011, 05:58 PM   #1
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Hi all,I am new to this site and i am a student learning some stuff about Linux ATM.

xfree86 vs.'s the differnce between the two ? How did they develop ? and what are the latest versions? yes I am doing homework !!! Can anyone help? Please !!!!

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Google is your friend.

Xfree86 Homepage:
X.Org Homepage:
Xfree86 Wikipedia:
X.Org Wikipedia:
The difference between them:


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