Re: Obsoleteness of X concept

k what was the discussion? i think we've got the idea that remote
things is cool.
so we're not going to remove tcp/ip from X.. but it doesnt answer the
if it should be used for a standalone non-networked machine. are there
ways for an X server to communicate with each other, i.e for a
multihead setup?

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