help building xorg-modular
hannes.hauswedell at gmail.com
Wed Aug 16 02:32:03 PDT 2006
sometimes it is much wiser to look at the most obvious places before
starting an adventure....
i didnt know pkgsrc-wip had modular xorg yet.... :-S
should have checked...
its not 7.1 yet though, so no AIGLX for now; but thats ok ;)
i'll check it out asap,
thanks for telling me :)
> 2006/8/15, Jeremy C. Reed <reed at reedmedia.net>:
> > > well i have the requirement that the target platform be nethence
> > > gnu/linux ;)
> > > i also dont mind doing stuff from inside nethence ( i got most things
> > > set up to the point where i only need x to get going) and i dont want to
> > > install a complete portgage or another packaging system.
> > > i tried around and i am absolutely sure that the hardcoded order in
> > > which dependencies are built is just wrong or that the script has a bug.
> > >
> > > what do you recomend doing?
> > I don't use Nethence myself.
> > Nethence uses pkgsrc. I maintain pkgsrc packages for modular xorg.
> > Some are already hosted my NetBSD's pkgsrc.
> > But most are a work in progress and available via pkgsrc-wip hosted at
> > sourceforge. I have done a lot of testing of them on Linux.
> > Please use pkgsrc and use cvs to retrieve the pkgsrc-wip. See
> > http://pkgsrc-wip.sourceforge.net/
> > First try the wip/modular-xorg-libs meta package.
> > I will be glad to help you via the pkgsrc-wip-discuss list or the
> > pkgsrc-users list.
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