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Mon, 20 Jun 2005
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XFree86-4-Server x11-servers  Deleted Deprecated Expired Ignore files touched by this commit  An older version of this port was marked as vulnerable. XFree86-4 X server and related programs
- Install X server setuid root by default, and provide a switch
  NO_SUID_XSERVER to disable this. The end result is same as it was before
  with x11/wrapper installed as the code from there is included in X
  server. It is also the same as xorg-server port does (from which this
  changes were taken). This should conclude removal of dependency on
  x11/wrapper from meta port for above reasons. [1]

- (patch-bsdResource.c) Correct the ranges of the bus resource windows on
  sparc64. This makes PCI video cards work that hang off directly from
  the Host-to-PCI bridge in machines like the Blade 100. [2]

- (patch-HALlib_bindings.c patch-mga_driver.c) Revert the MGA HALlib
  MGASetDisplayStart interface back to HALSetDisplayStart (taken from
  upstream CVS) [3]

Noticed by:     (bugsgrief at bugsgrief.net) [1]
Submitted by:   marius [2]
Reported and tested by: Steven Friedrich (FreeBSD at InsightBB.com) [3]

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