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XDarwin/X11 for Mac OSX


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Hi all,

I'm looking for a way to run the x window system on mac OS X. It appears that XDarwin is only compiled for PPC MACS (G3, G4,etc). Is this in fact the case, and if so, what is the next best way to run X11 on Mac OS X?

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