Tim Cutts wrote:
> the more dominant products like eXceed. Plus of course, the PC has
> Linux, which gives you a 'real' UNIX X server for free. I don't know
> whether the port of Linux to the Mac ever got as far as supporting X.
For PCI-based PowerMacs: pretty sure, you've got the choice between
MkLinux and monolithic Linux/PPC.
For 68k Macs: there's a framebuffer video driver, so I bet the
framebuffer X server for Linux/68k will work out of the box. But we're
still working on things like keyboard and mouse, sorry.