From: (Orest Zborowski)
Subject: Linux XFree86 3.1 distribution update
Message-ID: <>
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 1994 18:07:00 GMT
Approved: (Matt Welsh)

I've corrected some problems with some of the binaries provided in the
Linux distribution of XFree86 3.1. The CHANGES file below briefly describes
these changes. Since development on the next release of XFree86 has begun,
this will likely be the last update to XFree86 3.1.

It will take a couple of days for the new packages to make their way to
mirror sites. As always, report problems with this distribution to me.


This document describes changes made to the distribution.
If you've already downloaded it, there is no need to re-download it.

10/22/94:       Fixed multiple groups bug with xdm (and xdm-shdw).
                Fixed xterm munged tty flags when invoked in background.
                Provided unsupported set of X11R5-compatible libs.

10/20/94:       Minor update to
                Applied README.late patches for XF86_S3 (new S3 964).
                Recompiled XF86_Mono to include dual-headed displays.

10/17/94:       Updated the xf86config.gz tool.

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