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If you want to install the X Window System (TM) on your machine, you'll need to install XFree86. The X Window System provides the base technology for developing graphical user interfaces. Simply stated, X draws the elements of the GUI on the user's screen and builds methods for sending user interactions back to the application. X also supports remote application deployment--running an application on another computer while viewing the input/output on your machine. X is a powerful environment which supports many different applications, such as games, programming tools, graphics programs, text editors, etc. XFree86 is the version of X which runs on Linux, as well as other platforms. This package contains the basic fonts, programs and documentation for an X workstation. You will also need the XFree86-server package, which contains the program which drives your video hardware. In addition to installing this package, you will need to install the drakxtools package to configure your card using XFdrake. You may also need to install one of the XFree86 fonts packages. And finally, if you are going to develop applications that run as X clients, you will also need to install XFree86-devel.
|XFree86-4.3-30mdk.i586.html||Part of the XFree86 implementation of the X Window System.||Mandriva 10.0 for i586||XFree86-4.3-30mdk.i586.rpm|
|XFree86-4.3-23mdk.i586.html||Part of the XFree86 implementation of the X Window System.||Mandriva 9.2 for i586||XFree86-4.3-23mdk.i586.rpm|
|XFree86-4.3-5mdk.i586.html||Part of the XFree86 implementation of the X Window System.||Mandriva 9.1 for i586||XFree86-4.3-5mdk.i586.rpm|
|XFree86-4.3-5mdk.ppc.html||Part of the XFree86 implementation of the X Window System.||Mandriva 9.1 for ppc||XFree86-4.3-5mdk.ppc.rpm|
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