On Sun, Sep 17, 2000 at 01:44:35AM +0100, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> Maybe there's some X extension that it requires that the OpenBSD build
> isn't providing?
everything is the same except what is listed here. what is s.o.
using that it needs these things?
and it runs on xvnc which lacks XFree86-*, XInputExtension,
MIT-SCREEN-SAVER and DPMS from the xf86/linux/i386 list above. ah, all
of them. ok, maybe it uses an extension that doesn't work remotely?
MIT-SHM? it can't be an unsupported color depth since both xvnc and
xsun are running at 8 bits.
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