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Re: Howto compile Xorg from source
On Wed, 02 Mar 2011 05:40 -0600, "Michael D. Norwick"
> I downloaded xsrc.tar.gz from NetBSD-current last night. I am using a
> freshly built -amd64 kernel, tools, and userland built from the like
> dated src.tar.gz. The build fails with the following;
> [...] /etc/mk.conf contains;
> ACCEPTABLE_LICENSES+=djb-nonlicense ACCEPTABLE_LICENSES+=generic-
> nonlicense ALLOW_VULNERABLE_PACKAGES=YES MKX11=yes X11FLAVOUR=Xorg
This might not be relevant to your build failure, but if you're
installing X from xsrc you don't want X11_TYPE=modular; that indicates
that you want to use the X from pkgsrc. X11_TYPE=native (or just
leaving that line out) indicates that you want to use the X from xsrc,
which seems to be your case.
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