LinuxDevices.com: Tiny-X: an embeddable X Window server

[ Thanks to LinuxDevices.com for this link.

“Tiny-X, a small footprint X Window server implementation
for embedded systems, is now available as part of XFree86 4.0.

It was developed by Keith Packard of the XFree86 Core Team,
sponsored by SuSE, Inc. The goal was to create something that would
work well in a small memory footprint and, importantly, be robust
in near out-of-memory situations. Typical X servers based on Tiny-X
can fit in less than 1MB on x86 CPUs.”

“Currently, there is no mechanism provided for loading
alternative video drivers. So, just as in the “bad old days” of XF
3.3, you build an X server specific to your video chip and run


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