Monthly Archives: October 2018

Writing a console replacement using Arcan

In this article, I will show just how little effort that it takes to specify graphics and window management sufficient enough to provide features that surpass kmsconĀ and the ‘regular’ linux console with a directFB like API for clients to boot. … Continue reading

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Arcan versus Xorg – Approaching Feature Parity

This is the first article out of three in a series where I will go through what I consider to be the relevant Xorg feature set, and compare it, point by point, to how the corresponding solution or category works … Continue reading

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