On Sun, 2006-08-27 at 12:32 +0600, Gayal wrote:
wut does xorg, x11 and X-Server mean? is this based on VESA drives?
X11, or shortened to X, is the system used on Unix-like OS for the
graphical display. Xorg makes one of the X's, XFree86 makes another.
FC5 is using the Xorg version.
VESA is a generic driver that'll work with many different graphic cards,
for when you don't have a specific driver for that card. It's usually
quite awful, but when you have no other option...
(Currently testing FC5, but still running FC4, if that's important.)
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