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	this is XFree86 version 3.3 compiled for OpenBSD on the arc

the following x server is part of this distribution:

* XF86_S3 -  supports S3 chipset based graphics cards on OpenBSD/arc

there is one tar.gz file which contains all the files of the XFree86
including the above mentioned xserver: X11R6.tar.gz

to install them simple get root and change to the /usr directory

  su -
  cd /usr 

then unpack it using

  tar xvpzf some_path/X11R6.tar.gz

* add /usr/X11R6/lib to the directories searched by ldconfig and rerun

    echo /usr/X11R6/lib >> /etc/ld.so.conf

* on arc machines you will need to create a symlink to the appropriate
  mouse device depending on the type of mouse. for PS/2 mouse (pica):

    cd /dev
    ln -sf pms1 mouse

  or for serial port mouse:

    cd /dev
    ln -sf tty01 mouse		# (usually tty01 which is the 9 pin port)

  it is also possible to select this when running xf86config on arc.

* on arc systems you will need to run xf86config to create an /etc/XF86Config
  file or if you feel lucky, try one of the files in xf86config-examples.

  running xf86config is rather self explanatory and should not casue you
  any trouble if you have the information about your graphics board ready.

* if you plan to start xdm from the rc.local file remember to disable
  the getty on the console port

XFree86 version 3.3 in this distribution was built by per fogelstrom
(pefo@OpenBSD.org) and the pmax X11R5pl26 x servers were built by
thomas graichen (graichen@OpenBSD.org) ... please contact them if you
have any mips specific problems running x (per for OpenBSD/arc and
OpenBSD/wgrisc and thomas for OpenBSD/pmax)

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