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XFree86-libs contains the shared libraries that most X programs need to run properly. These shared libraries are in a separate package in order to reduce the disk space needed to run X applications on a machine without an X server (i.e, over a network). If you are installing the X Window System on your machine, you will need to install XFree86-libs. You will also need to install the XFree86 package, the XFree86-75dpi-fonts package or the XFree86-100dpi-fonts package (depending upon your monitor's resolution), the Xconfigurator package and the X11R6-contrib package. And, finally, if you are going to be developing applications that run as X clients, you will also need to install libxfree86-devel.
|libxfree86-4.3-30mdk.i586.html||Shared libraries needed by the X Window System version 11 release 6.||Mandriva 10.0 for i586||libxfree86-4.3-30mdk.i586.rpm|
|libxfree86-4.3-23mdk.i586.html||Shared libraries needed by the X Window System version 11 release 6.||Mandriva 9.2 for i586||libxfree86-4.3-23mdk.i586.rpm|
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