XDarwin, the X11 server for Mac OS X, has been updated for compatibility with Mac OS X 10.2 (“Jaguar”).
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XDarwin is network-transparent, so it’s easy to use with Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris and other Unix environments. With XDarwin it’s possible to configure software to run on other computers, running various operating systems across the network, but to display their results in real-time on Mac OS X. The XDarwin package provides a client/server windowing infrastructure and adheres to the XFree86 standardized application programming interfaces (APIs).
The new update contains both bug fixes and a compatibility update so that all components will now work with Jaguar. The update is recommended for all users of XFree86 on Darwin/Mac OS X and is available now.
XDarwin has a suggested retail pricing of US$49.95. If you purchased the initial release of XDarwin, you can get the new version for $24.95. Unlimited use editions of the software, such as beta and advance-release versions, are available from the XDarwin development site.