Minutes after the X Server 1.7 RC1 announcement, Keith Packard released X Server 1.6.5. This stable release makes it so that the X Server no longer crashes when a driver tries to initialize (the broken) DGA and there is also one Xephyr improvement. The X Server 1.6.5 announcement is also on the mailing list. With X Server 1.7 being out there, Keith has no plans at this time to work on a X Server 1.6.6 release.
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