As of this writing, the latest versions of XFree86 are at
version 3.1.2D. The Linux Kernel V1.3.95 has been out since the 15th of April.
As for XFree86, I haven't seen support for the Matrox board. I was
hoping to ask MetroLink if they would provide this information. If
you want to take a look at the new XFree86 then its on
The latest patch, version 1.3.95, of Linux os always on
(http://www.linux.org). Some people have already installed it on
their systems. Since it is a new patch,
I don't know how stable it is in comparison to the others. But, I did
want to make a note on the numerous patches.
Why can't we consolidate these patches??? It seems harder to test
multiple patches than two or three.
Isn't there a better solution to this? Let's make a
solid update per every 10 patches. If you have version
1.3.20, then the next solid patch is 1.3.30. You can have a
preliminary patch every five patches. This just
makes a downloads easier after twenty patches get released.
Just an opinion. Maybe I'll wait on a solid release of
version 1.4, before I upgrade the kernel again.