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Re: Windows - XServer als Freeware
  • From: linux.trowe@xxxxxxxxx (Jürgen Dyckerhoff)
  • Date: Fri May 26 07:44:30 2000
  • Message-id: <001701bfc6e6$409445e0$a50206c0@xxxxxxxxx>

----- Original Message -----
From: Peter Rettig <maillist@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <suse-linux@xxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2000 9:23 AM
Subject: Windows - XServer als Freeware


gibt es fuer Windows einen Freeware XServer?
Wo kann man sich naehere Infos hierfuer

Ciao Peter

MIX server für Windows XY
läuft etwas hakelig ist aber brauchbar

Q: Is MI/X really free?

A: Yes. No strings attached. MicroImages does retain a copyright on
it, however.


Q: Why is it really free?

A: MicroImages gains name recognition and good will. MicroImages
maintains MI/X as the X Server for its professional TNT image
processing, geospatial data management, and desktop cartography
products. In order to make the TNT products work exactly the same
all Windows, Macintosh and UNIX computers, MicroImages needed a
robust and stable X Server whose future was not in the hands of
other company. (MicroImages also enjoys the irony that some
users will run our competitor's product on our free X Server.)


Q: How can I get a copy of MI/X?

A: You can download it from MicroImages' FTP site, or from mirror
The URL to download MI/X from MicroImages' FTP site in Lincoln, NE
U.S.A. is: (for MacOs
68xxx) (for MacOS
--> in the "Free Stuff" section.
Currently, MicroImages has an Australasian mirror for the MacOS
files only. You can download MI/X from this mirror with the two
following URLs:


Jürgen Dyckerhoff

"When they knock on your front door.
How you gonna come?
With the hands on your head
or on the trigger of your gun?"

Guns of Brixton, The Clash

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