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comp.windows.x Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 4/7
Section - 89) Where can I get X for the Amiga?

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	The new Amiga 3000 machines offer an X server and OPEN LOOK tools and
libraries on a full SVR4 implementation.

        GfxBase, Inc. provides "X11 R4.1" for the AmigaDos computer; it 
contains X11R4 clients, fonts, etc., and a Release 4 color server. An optional 
programmer's toolkit includes the header files, libraries, and sample programs.
Info from GfxBase, 408-262-1469. [Dale Luck 
(uunet!{cbmvax|pyramid}!boing!dale); 2/91]

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Previous Document: 88) Where can I get an X server on a Macintosh running MacOS?
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