"John P . Looney" said:
> On Mon, Feb 05, 2001 at 01:45:20PM +0000, kevin lyda mentioned:
> > AUGH! NO! jim getty was talking about an x server with an 800k memory
> > footprint. don't encourage embedded widget developers. one of the
> > only unifying things that the original unix vendors managed was x.
> > toss the bathwater, but please keep the baby.
>> What version of X is this ? I assume it's not XF86...and do remember,
> that the Xlibs are going to be around 1.5mb...it's a lot. But for desktop
> compatibility, it's well worth it.
Apparently XF86 4.0.x has a build option to build the "tiny server", which
is 800k. Really.
I'm 100% with Kevin on this one.
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