Quote from vladhed on October 19, 2011, 23:47
This was not "limited" support for X - it was the same X11R4 server the SCO UNIX (SVR3.2 based) 386 boxes were running.
You may wish to read again what I actually wrote. *Closely*.
I said I was 85% certain my P133 machine had limited support *for Drag and Drop* - in - X, not that it had limited support for X, which I hope you agree is ever so slightly different.
I specifically stated that this very machine did everything a modern desktop do, so yes, it was a 'full' X installation, complete with video playback from CD-ROM etc. (Had/have a converted copy of both Star Trek VI and Black Rain, both of which had been published a few years earlier in Philips CD-I format for the Amiga CD32 - with the full motion video MPEG hardware accelerator. Which I also have.)
And I didn't mention my UNIX clone machine before then, because it was a bit of an oddity: Amiga A-2000 with GVP 68040/33 accelerator with 16MB of RAM plus EGS/24 VGA card, running NetBSD. Didn't have X support for the EGS/24 card, so only console mode on this machine.
Prior to this I only had access to UNIX machines at the university, not at home.
Edit: It could probably be argued that calling even the P133 a modern desktop equivalent may have been a bit of a stretch, as it could only do video playback in the native resolution of the video stream from CD (PAL). Neither CPU and certainly not the graphics card had the horsepower to scale the video up to full screen resolution (which at the time was limited by the monitor more than the graphics card).