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By Yaba
Published: Sep 26 2004

X11R6.8.1 has been released.

Thank you, daperi, for your notification.


 release notes?

 by PovMan on: Sep 27 2004
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I couldn't find a changelog

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 Security Update

 by manor on: Sep 27 2004
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>About the X11R6.8.1 Release

>The X11R6.8.1 release is a security release >on top of X11R6.8.0; it patches several >holes in the X Pixmap library (libXpm).


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 by nadolph on: Sep 27 2004
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SuSE have packages for 6.8.1 on there site.

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 Fedora RPMS

 by apsivam on: Sep 27 2004
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Fedora RPMS available at the following location



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 Re: Fedora RPMS

 by sirtalon on: Oct 24 2004
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I thought the "development" folder was meant for Fedora Core 3?

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 by Mancat on: Sep 29 2004
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For some reason, the distribution tarballs don't build on some systems. If you start a 'make World' and find that the script parses through the entire xc tree without attempting to compile anything, download the tree via CVS. For whatever reason, the CVS tree works, while tarballs don't. A few other people besides myself have had this problem, and the CVS tree is the only way that any of us got Xorg compiled.

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 by MakhBeth on: Oct 7 2004
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On http://www.linuxpackages.net/download.php?id=4369
you find the new packs for slacky.
There is a package called xcompmgr too if you wish to play with the new composite features you will need this application installed also. To test once you have the package install you can start it with the xcompmgr -c .
I'll upgradepkg at home too soon. I suppose tomorrow (Matematica Discreta Exams will kill me).
(I try it at university)
I'm very curious for the new SiS MO support. Can I definitely play tuxracer?

P.S. For the xtrasparence is better wait for new kde release I suppose

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 SuSE 9.2

 by Yaba on: Oct 22 2004
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SuSE 9.2 will hit the selfes in November and will come with XFree 6.8.x as the new standard X server.

To mess up a Linux box, you need to work at it; to mess up your Windows box, you just need to work on it.
- Scott Granneman, Security Focus

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