This is an accelerated server for cards using S3 ViRGE chips. The current XF86_S3V server supports the S3 ViRGE (86C325), the ViRGE/DX (86C375), ViRGE/GX (86C385) and the ViRGE/VX (86C988) chips.
This is the standard Graphical User Interface found on most Linux and UNIX systems. These files only contain the base files required to install an X Server.
Very small version of XFree86. Great for mini-distributions and very easy to install.
This server supports most video hardware at 256 colors. This is the most common non-accelerated server in use. Unless you have a card with an accelerated server available, this is the probable choice.
This is an accelerated server for IIT AGX chipsets. This server supports the IIT AGX-016, AGX-015, AGX-014 and XGA-2 chipsets. There s also untested support for the XGA-1 and AGX-010 chipsets.
This is the standard Graphical User Interface found on most Linux and Unix systems. This is an accelerated server for cards using IBM8514 chips.
This is an accelerated server for video cards using Mach32 chips.
X Font Server for TrueType fonts.
This is a server for 16 color EGA/VGA graphics modes. It uses standard generic video modes an it works with nearly all video hardware but with only 16 colors.
This is the Monochrome server.
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