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Building and Installing X11R6.5.1
Building and Installing X11R6.6
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Kaleb S. KEITHLEY
August 20, 2000
April 4, 2001
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Copyright (C) 1999,2000 Compaq Computer Corporation
Copyright (C) 1999,2000 Hewlett-Packard Company
Copyright (C) 1999,2000 IBM Corporation
Copyright (C) 1999,2000 Hummingbird Communications Ltd.
Copyright (C) 1999,2000 Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Copyright (C) 1999,2000 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Copyright (C) 1999,2000 The Open Group
Copyright (C) 1998 The Open Group
Copyright (C) 1999,2000,2001 Compaq Computer Corporation
Copyright (C) 1999,2000,2001 Hewlett-Packard Company
Copyright (C) 1999,2000,2001 IBM Corporation
Copyright (C) 1999,2000,2001 Hummingbird Communications Ltd.
Copyright (C) 1999,2000,2001 Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Copyright (C) 1999,2000,2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Copyright (C) 1998,1999,2000,2001 The Open Group
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a
copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Soft-
......@@ -70,14 +68,13 @@ X Window System is a trademark of The Open Group.
1. Introduction
This document is the installation notes that were provided with X.Org's
X11R6.5.1 release. If you're building XFree86, it can be used as a
rough guide. Be aware that most of the details are not targetted
specifically at the current XFree86 source tree. XFree86-specific docu-
mentation can be found in the xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86/doc direc-
tory and on-line at http://www.xfree86.org/current/. Some of the docu-
mentation there is out of date, so also be aware of that. There is cur-
rently no up to date document specifically targetted at building XFree86
from source.
X11R6.6 release. If you're building XFree86, it can be used as a rough
guide. Be aware that most of the details are not targeted specifically
at the current XFree86 source tree. XFree86-specific documentation can
be found in the xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86/doc directory and on-line
at http://www.xfree86.org/current/. Some of the documentation there is
out of date, so also be aware of that. There is currently no up to date
document specifically targeted at building XFree86 from source.
2. Easy Build Instructions
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tions later in this document.
Edit xc/config/cf/site.def for local preferences. If you want to
install and use the installation from somewhere other than
/usr/X11R6.5.1, change ProjectRoot. (Do not use DESTDIR.)
install and use the installation from somewhere other than /usr, change
ProjectRoot. (Do not use DESTDIR.)
If you are cross compiling you will want to use DESTDIR to specify where
the installation should take place. Failure to do so will corrupt your
......@@ -96,13 +93,12 @@ native installation of X.
If you want to build with gcc uncomment the HasGcc2 line. If you have
gcc, but not cc, please read the full build instructions.
If some time has elapsed since the initial release of R6.5.1, check to
see if any public patches have been released. The source tar files may
have been updated -- check the patch-level line in the bug-report tem-
plate. If the source in the tar files has not been updated then get all
the patches and apply them, following the instructions at the top of
each patch. Ignore the rebuild steps in the patch application instruc-
tions.
If some time has elapsed since the initial release of R6.6, check to see
if any public patches have been released. The source tar files may have
been updated -- check the patch-level line in the bug-report template.
If the source in the tar files has not been updated then get all the
patches and apply them, following the instructions at the top of each
patch. Ignore the rebuild steps in the patch application instructions.
Check the appropriate vendor-specific .cf file in xc/config/cf/ to make
sure that OSMajorVersion, OSMinorVersion, and OSTeenyVersion are set
......@@ -140,12 +136,12 @@ installation instructions.
3. Building and Installing R6.5.1
3. Building and Installing R6.6
Historically the MIT X Consortium and The X Consortium, Inc., sample
implementation releases have always been source-code-only releases, and
this release is no different.
Historically the MIT X Consortium, The X Consortium, Inc., and X.Org
sample implementation releases have always been source-code-only
releases, and this release is no different.
3.1. Introduction
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Every release of X has been progressively easier to configure, build,
and install than the preceding releases -- and we believe this release
is the easiest release to build yet. That not withstanding, if things do
is the easiest release to build yet. That notwithstanding, if things do
go amiss during the build we assume that you have the basic skills nec-
essary, and the willingness, to debug any errors that may occur in the
build process. When you install, if you're going to use xdm or replace
your system's old X, we assume you have a basic understanding of your
system's initialization process. For Remote Execution (RX, embedding) we
assume you that you understand the fundamentals of HTTP, CGI, and HTML.
If these assumptions are not correct then you should consider finding
someone who has proficiency in these areas to do the build and install
for you.
assume that you understand the fundamentals of HTTP, CGI, and HTML. If
these assumptions are not correct then you should consider finding some-
one who has proficiency in these areas to do the build and install for
you.
After the release has been out for a while more up to date information
about any newly-discovered problems may be found in the Frequently Asked
Questions posting appearing monthly on the Usenet newsgroup comp.win-
dows.x and xpert mailing list. The FAQ is also available via anonymous
FTP from ftp://ftp.x.org/ in the file ftp://ftp.x.org/con-
Questions posting, which appears monthly on the Usenet newsgroup
comp.windows.x and xpert mailing list. The FAQ is also available via
anonymous FTP from ftp://ftp.x.org/ in the file ftp://ftp.x.org/con-
trib/faqs/FAQ.Z, or possibly on one of X mirror sites.
......@@ -176,7 +172,7 @@ trib/faqs/FAQ.Z, or possibly on one of X mirror sites.
The source is distributed in four gzip compressed UNIX Tape ARchive
(tar) files. You will need about 200 Mb of disk space in order to unpack
(tar) files. You will need about 230 Mb of disk space in order to unpack
and build the release. Installing requires an additional 30-50 Mb assum-
ing you have shared libraries (80-100 Mb without).
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pressed tar files to extract the sources. There are several to chose
from, we do not make recommendations about which one you should use.
Release 6.5.1 sources are distributed among the tar files as follows:
Release 6.6 sources are distributed among the tar files as follows:
xorg-1.tar contains everything in xc/ that isn't in the other tar files
......@@ -198,7 +194,7 @@ to unpack xorg-1.tar to build. If you build fonts, then you will also
need xorg-2.tar to build. If you already have the fonts from prior
releases you can use those instead of downloading them again. We presume
that you know how to copy or move them from your old source tree to the
R6.5.1 source tree.
R6.6 source tree.
3.3. Unpacking the Distribution
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3.4. Applying Patches
If some time has elapsed since the initial release of R6.5.1, check to
see if any public patches have been released. The source tar files may
have been updated -- check the patch-level line in the bug-report tem-
plate. If the source in the tar files has not been updated then get all
the patches and apply them, following the instructions at the top of
each patch. Ignore the rebuild steps in the patch application instruc-
tions.
If some time has elapsed since the initial release of R6.6, check to see
if any public patches have been released. The source tar files may have
been updated -- check the patch-level line in the bug-report template.
If the source in the tar files has not been updated then get all the
patches and apply them, following the instructions at the top of each
patch. Ignore the rebuild steps in the patch application instructions.
See the section "Public Patches" later in this document.
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Some systems require the X server to run as root to access the
devices it needs. If you are on such a system and will not be using
xdm, you may set this variable to YES to install the X server
setuid to root; however the X Project Team strongly recommends that
setuid to root; however the X.Org Group strongly recommends that
you not install your server suid-root, but that you use xdm
instead. Talk to your system manager before setting this variable
to YES.
......@@ -358,8 +353,7 @@ bsd.cf, convex.cf, DGUX.cf, luna.cf, macII.cf, Mips.cf, moto.cf, Oki.cf,
pegasus.cf, x386.cf. Amoeba.cf is known to require additional patches.
The file xc/lib/Xdmcp/Wraphelp.c, for XDM-AUTHORIZATION-1, is not
included in this release. See ftp://ftp.x.org/pub/R6.5.1/xdm-
auth/README.
included in this release. See ftp://ftp.x.org/pub/R6.6/xdm-auth/README.
3.6. System Build Notes
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Use of the GNU BinUtils assembler, as, and linker, ld, is not supported
-- period! If you have them installed on your system you must rename or
remove them for the duration of the R6.5.1 build. (You can restore them
remove them for the duration of the R6.6 build. (You can restore them
afterwards.)
The system-supplied make works just fine for building R6.5.1 and that's
The system-supplied make works just fine for building R6.6 and that's
what we suggest you use. If you've replaced your system's make with GNU
make then we recommend that you restore the system make for the duration
of your R6.5.1 build. After R6.5.1 is done building you can revert to
GNU make. GNU make on most systems (except Linux, where it is the
default make) is not a supported build configuration. GNU make may work
for you, and if it does, great; but if it doesn't we do not consider it
a bug in R6.5.1. If, after this admonition, you still use GNU make and
your build fails, reread the above, and retry the build with the sys-
tem's make before you file a bug-report.
of your R6.6 build. After R6.6 is done building you can revert to GNU
make. GNU make on most systems (except Linux, where it is the default
make) is not a supported build configuration. GNU make may work for you,
and if it does, great; but if it doesn't we do not consider it a bug in
R6.6. If, after this admonition, you still use GNU make and your build
fails, reread the above, and retry the build with the system's make
before you file a bug-report.
3.6.3. IBM AIX 4.x
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3.9. Shared Libraries
The version number of some of the the shared libraries has been changed.
On SunOS 4, which supports minor version numbers for shared libraries,
programs linked with the R6.5.1 libraries will use the new libraries
with no special action required.
The version number of some of the shared libraries has been changed. On
SunOS 4, which supports minor version numbers for shared libraries, pro-
grams linked with the R6.6 libraries will use the new libraries with no
special action required.
On most other modern operating systems the version portion of the
library name, i.e. "6.1" portion of "libX11.so.6.1" is a string. Even if
......@@ -696,7 +690,7 @@ entries from /etc/inetd.conf and /etc/services before adding xfs to the
run-level files.
3.11.4. On SystemV-based systems
3.11.4. On Unix System V-based systems
On systems with a /etc/inittab file, you can edit this file to add the
......@@ -794,12 +788,11 @@ target, e.g., "make icccm.txt".
4. Public Patches
The Open Group X Project Team may from time to time issue public patches
for this release to fix any serious problems that are discovered. Such
fixes are a subset of fixes available to X Project Team members. Public
patches are available via anonymous FTP from
ftp://ftp.x.org/pub/R6.5.1/fixes, or from your local X mirror site.
Check the site closest to you first.
The X.Org Group may from time to time issue public patches for this
release to fix any serious problems that are discovered. Such fixes are
a subset of fixes available to X.Org members. Public patches are avail-
able via anonymous FTP from ftp://ftp.x.org/pub/R6.6/fixes, or from your
local X mirror site. Check the site closest to you first.
You can determine which public patches have already been applied to your
source tree by examining the "VERSION" line of xc/bug-report. The source
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# $XFree86: xc/Makefile,v 3.21 2001/03/03 22:03:43 tsi Exp $
# $XFree86: xc/Makefile,v 3.22 2001/12/19 21:37:26 dawes Exp $
# Luna users will need to either run make as "make MAKE=make"
# or add "MAKE = make" to this file.
RELEASE = "Release 6.5"
RELEASE = "Release 6.6"
SHELL = /bin/sh
RM = rm -f
MV = mv
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X Window System, Version 11
Release 6.5.1
Release 6.6
Release Notes
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August 20, 2000
April 4, 2001
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Copyright (C) 1999,2000 Compaq Computer Corporation
Copyright (C) 1999,2000 Hewlett-Packard Company
Copyright (C) 1999,2000 IBM Corporation
Copyright (C) 1999,2000 Hummingbird Communications Ltd.
Copyright (C) 1999,2000 Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Copyright (C) 1999,2000 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Copyright (C) 1999,2000 The Open Group
Copyright (C) 1999,2000,2001 Compaq Computer Corporation
Copyright (C) 1999,2000,2001 Hewlett-Packard Company
Copyright (C) 1999,2000,2001 IBM Corporation
Copyright (C) 1999,2000,2001 Hummingbird Communications Ltd.
Copyright (C) 1999,2000,2001 Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Copyright (C) 1999,2000,2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Copyright (C) 1999,2000,2001 The Open Group
All rights reserved.
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1. Introductory Note
This document is the release notes that were provided with X.Org's
X11R6.5.1 release. The XFree86-specific information in this document is
X11R6.6 release. The XFree86-specific information in this document is
out of date. The XFree86-specific documentation can be found in the
xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86/doc directory, and on-line at
http://www.xfree86.org/current/.
......@@ -94,14 +94,13 @@ CPU-intensive programs on high powered workstations and display the user
interface (the windows) on inexpensive desktop machines.
3. What is Release 6.5.1
3. What is Release 6.6
Release 6.5.1 (R6.5.1) is X.Org's update to the Open Group's X Project
Release 6.4 patch 3 and all prior releases. It is compatible with with
all releases going back to R1 at both the source and protocol levels.
Note that Release 6.5 was an internal X.Org release, and Release 6.5.1
supersedes it.
Release 6.6 (R6.6) is The X.Org Group's update to its Release 6.5.1
patch 1 and all prior releases. It is compatible with with all releases
going back to R1 at both the source and protocol levels.
The X Consortium was an independent, not-for-profit membership corpora-
tion formed in 1993 as the successor to the MIT X Consortium. It was
......@@ -116,14 +115,14 @@ ting/viewing bug reports. The CVS repository and web-based interface are
available to X.Org members. The contractor has been chartered to pro-
vide quarterly update releases to the X source.
Membership information for X.Org may be found at http://www.x.org/mem-
bers.htm.
Membership information for X.Org may be found at:
http://www.x.org/members.htm.
This X.Org release addresses a portion of the backlog of bug reports
since Release 6.4 patch 3, along with additional fixes from the Xfree86
community.
Instructions for building and installing R6.5.1 can be found in the file
Instructions for building and installing R6.6 can be found in the file
INSTALL.TXT (INSTALL-X.org), available separately and also contained in
the release.
......@@ -131,14 +130,14 @@ the release.
4. Overview of the X.Org Release
Like all the releases that preceded it, R6.5.1 is a source code release.
Like all the releases that preceded it, R6.6 is a source code release.
In order to use the release it is necessary to first unpack the distri-
bution, compile it, and then install it. The source contains the follow-
ing items:
Documentation
Sample implemenations
Sample implementations
Fonts and bitmaps
Utility libraries
Programs
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9. Extensions Supported
Release 6.5.1 includes source for the following extensions: BIG-
REQUESTS, DOUBLE-BUFFER, DPMS, Extended-Visual-Information, LBX, MIT-
SHM, MIT-SUNDRY-NONSTANDARD, Multi-Buffering, RECORD, SECURITY, SHAPE,
SYNC, TOG-CUP, X3D-PEX, XC-APPGROUP, XC-MISC, XFree86-VidModeExtension,
XIE (X Image Extension), XINERAMA. XInputExtension, XKEYBOARD, XpExten-
sion (printing), XTEST, and XTestExtension1,
Release 6.6 includes source for the following extensions: BIG-REQUESTS,
DOUBLE-BUFFER, DPMS, Extended-Visual-Information, LBX, MIT-SHM, MIT-
SUNDRY-NONSTANDARD, Multi-Buffering, RECORD, SECURITY, SHAPE, SYNC, TOG-
CUP, X3D-PEX, XC-APPGROUP, XC-MISC, XFree86-VidModeExtension, XIE (X
Image Extension), XINERAMA. XInputExtension, XKEYBOARD, XpExtension
(printing), XTEST, and XTestExtension1,
Not all of these extensions are standard; see the Standards manual page.
Some of these extensions may not be supported on every platform.
......@@ -242,7 +241,7 @@ XFILESEARCHPATH default:
instructions and xc/config/cf/X11.tmpl for details of how these
configuration variables are used.
By default the imake variable ProjectRoot is /usr/X11R6.5 and
By default the imake variable ProjectRoot is /usr/X11R6.6 and
XFILESEARCHPATH has these components:
$ProjectRoot/lib/X11/%L/%T/%N%C%S
......@@ -318,13 +317,12 @@ The Input Method Server Development Kit (IMdkit) is at
ftp://ftp.x.org/pub/unsupported/lib/IMdkit/.
11. What is Unchanged in Release 6.5.1
11. What is Unchanged in Release 6.6
As this is an update release, there is a great deal of stability in the
standards, libraries, and clients. No existing standards have changed in
a material way. All previous interfaces in these and all other
libraries are unchanged.
a material way. All previous interfaces are unchanged.
12. New OS Support
......@@ -334,28 +332,28 @@ The following table shows the versions of the operating systems that
were used to develop this and prior releases:
System R6 R6.1 R6.[23] R6.4 R6.5.1
System R6 R6.1 R6.[23] R6.4 R6.5R6.6
AIX 3.2.5 4.1.4 4.2 4.2 -
A/UX 3.0.1 - - - -
BSD/386 1.0 - - - -
Compaq Tru64 UNIX 1.0/1.3 3.2C 4.0A 4.0A 5.0
FreeBSD - 2.1.0 2.1.6 2.2.2 -
Fujitsu UXP - - - V20L10 -
HP-UX 9.1 10.01 10.01 10.20 10.20
IRIX 5.2 5.3 6.2 6.2 -
Linux (kernel)
Slackware 2.3 - 1.2.11 - - -
Slackware 3.1 - - 2.0 - -
S.u.S.E. 5.0 - - - 2.0.30 -
Mach 2.5 - - - -
NEWS-OS 6.0 - - - -
Solaris 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.5 7.0
SunOS 4.1.3 4.1.3 4.1.4 4.1.4 -
Ultrix-32 4.3 4.4 - - -
UNICOS 8.0 - - - -
Unixware SVR4.2 1.0 2.02 2.02 - -
Windows NT 3.1 3.5 4.0 3.51 -
AIX 3.2.5 4.1.4 4.2 4.2 - -
A/UX 3.0.1 - - - - -
BSD/386 1.0 - - - - -
Compaq Tru64 UNIX 1.0/1.3 3.2C 4.0A4.0A5.0
FreeBSD - 2.1.0 2.1.6 2.2.2 - -
Fujitsu UXP - - - V20L10 -
HP-UX 9.1 10.01 10.01 10.20 10.20 10.20
IRIX 5.2 5.3 6.2 6.2 - -
Linux (kernel)
Slackware 2.3 - 1.2.11 - - -
Slackware 3.1 - - 2.0 - -
S.u.S.E. 5.0 - - - 2.0.30 -
Mach 2.5 - - - - -
NEWS-OS 6.0 - - - - -
Solaris 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.5 7.0 7.0
SunOS 4.1.3 4.1.3 4.1.4 4.1.4 - -
Ultrix-32 4.3 4.4 - - - -
UNICOS 8.0 - - - - -
Unixware SVR4.2 1.0 2.02 2.02 - -
Windows NT 3.1 3.5 4.0 3.51 -
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R6.1 was officially the last release that supported traditional K&R C.
Like R6.3 and R6.4, R6.5 assumes a Standard C compiler and environment.
We have not intentionally removed any K&R C support from old code, and
most of the release will continue to build on platforms without an ANSI
C compiler.
Like all releases since R6.3, R6.6 assumes a Standard C compiler and
environment. We have not intentionally removed any K&R C support from
old code, and most of the release will continue to build on platforms
without an ANSI C compiler.
15. VSW5
We have tested this release with VSW5 version 5.0.0. This release passes
all tests in VSW5 with the following exceptions:
We have tested this release with VSW5 version 5.1.1A. This release
passes all tests in VSW5 with the following exceptions:
o tests for which a permanent waiver has been granted.
......@@ -409,25 +407,20 @@ VSW licensees may obtain a list of waivers granted from
http://www.rdg.opengroup.org/interpretations/database/.
16. XtAppPeekEvent() behavior
16. XtAppPeekEvent() behavior - Environment variable no longer needed
XtAppPeekEvent() has been modified in R6.5.1 to behave as it is docu-
mented in the Xt spec. The routine will now process timer events with-
out returning to the caller. However, there are applications which rely
on the previous behavior of XtAppPeekEvent(). One such application is
Netscape, as of version 4.7.
To allow these applications to work with R6.5.1, the environment vari-
able XTAPPPEEKEVENT_SKIPTIMER can be set to any value prior to starting
the application. If the environment variable is set, XtAppPeekEvent()
will revert to its previous behavior. For example, the following shell
commands
mented in the Xt spec. Certain applications, including Netscape, did
not work properly with these modifications, so the routine was changed
so that users could set the XTAPPPEEKEVENT_SKIPTIMER environment vari-
able in order to make XtAppPeekEvent() behave as it did prior to R6.5.1.
export XTAPPPEEKEVENT_SKIPTIMER=1
/opt/netscape/netscape
can be used to make Netscape function properly with R6.5.1.
In R6.6, the routine has been changed so that there is no need to set
the environment variable. Timers are handled as specified by the spec,
but Netscape and other applications now work properly without the envi-
ronment variable. In R6.6, the XTAPPPEEKEVENT_SKIPTIMER variable is
ignored, and users may unset it if they were using it in R6.5.1.
17. Year 2000 (Y2K) Compliance
......@@ -484,12 +477,77 @@ vidual software to see where (if anywhere) to report the bug.
20. Acknowledgements
Jeff Walls of Hewlett Packard.
The following individuals served as X.Org representatives for their
respective companies. These companies are Executive Members of X.Org.
Garry Paxinos of Metro Link.
Irene McCartney of Compaq.
Paul Anderson of Hewlett-Packard.
Heather Lanigan of Compaq.
Danny Masci of Hummingbird.
Dan McNichol of IBM.
Richard Offer of SGI.
Paul Shearer of IBM.
Steve Swales of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
The following individuals contributed significantly to the development
of X11R6.6, in the form of code, testing, and support.
Stuart Anderson of Metro Link, Inc.
Robert W. Boone of Metro Link, Inc.
Alan Coopersmith of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Glen Cornell of Metro Link, Inc.
Ernie Coskrey of Metro Link, Inc.
Gudrun Enger of Metro Link, Inc.
Gemma Exton of Adacel Technologies Limited.
Jay Hobson of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Steve McClure of Metro Link, Inc.
Scott McDonald of Metro Link, Inc.
Andrew Miller of Marconi Corporation.
Quentin Neill of Metro Link, Inc.
Keith Packard of The XFree86 Project.
Simon Pickup of Adacel Technologies Limited.
Paul Shearer of IBM.
Hidetoshi Tajima of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
......@@ -4,12 +4,16 @@ Subjects like "xterm bug" or "bug report" are not helpful!]
[Send to xbugs@x.org, as shown in the sample message
header below]
[NOTE: This form is intended for reporting bugs to X.Org about X.Org releases.
If you're reporting an XFree86-specific bug, please use the BugReport form
in xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86/doc/ and send it to xfree86@xfree86.org.]
To: xbugs@x.org
Subject: [area]: [synopsis] [replace with actual area and short description]
VERSION:
R6.5.1, public-patch-1
R6.6
CLIENT MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM:
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XCOMM
XCOMM
XCOMM
XCOMM platform: $XFree86: xc/config/cf/FreeBSD.cf,v 3.110 2001/08/16 14:33:44 dawes Exp $
XCOMM platform: $XFree86: xc/config/cf/FreeBSD.cf,v 3.112 2002/01/03 16:33:49 tsi Exp $
#ifndef UseElfFormat
#define UseElfFormat DefaultToElfFormat
......
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*
* 4. Create a .cf file with the name given by MacroFile.
*/
XCOMM $XFree86: xc/config/cf/Imake.cf,v 3.70 2001/08/14 21:53:53 tsi Exp $
XCOMM $XFree86: xc/config/cf/Imake.cf,v 3.74 2001/11/16 16:47:50 dawes Exp $
#if defined(__APPLE__)
# undef __APPLE__
......@@ -107,7 +107,11 @@ XCOMM $XFree86: xc/config/cf/Imake.cf,v 3.70 2001/08/14 21:53:53 tsi Exp $