You didn't understood my question but you did clarify the doubts I had.middings wrote: I do not understand your question. I believe your question rests on some incorrect assumptions about ReactOS (ROS).
Native ReactOS DirectX/ReactX support is possible. However, the active developers (devs) of ReactOS presently have other priorities. The ReactOS project accepts patches.
ReactOS runs on hardware. However, in its alpha level of development, ReactOS hardware support is not yet feature-complete. The devs are working on improving ReactOS's support for hardware driver software.
And I can see why now.EmuandCo wrote:You can NOT start a DirectX clone which is Windows compatible on anything else than a Windows. Linux is no Windows and is in NO way compatible in that low levels we talk about.
So ReactX isn't a possibility at the moment.