OpenOSX.com, a business dedicated to serve the budding Mac OS X community, is now shipping their XFree 1.1 CD, which the company says delivers “true compatibility” with the X-Window library to the Mac OS 10.1.x desktop.
Without typing a UNIX commands, the OpenOSX CD will install XFree 4.2.0 and Darwin 1.1 configured with the OroborOSX window manager. XFree is a native implementation of the X-Window library that is the UNIX standard for graphical user interfaces.
OroborOSX and XDarwin interleave the X-Window environment into Mac OS X’s Aqua environment. Installation technical support for one seat and de-installation software is included with the CD.
The OpenOSX CD costs US$30 with six-month, upgrade-free CD subscriptions for $80. More information about the OpenOSX XFree 1.1 CD is available at the
product Web site.