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Re: Xorg packages for NetBSD 4.0 i386

You need to have following components:

modular-xorg-server- Xorg X11 Server from modular X11
xinit-1.1.0nb1      X init program
xf86-input-keyboard-1.3.1 Modular Xorg keyboard driver
xf86-input-mouse-1.3.0 Modular Xorg mouse driver
xf86-video-vesa-1.3.0nb1 Modular Xorg VESA video driver :::> generic 
driver, keeping suggested
xf86-video-nv-2.1.9 Modular Xorg NVIDIA video driver :::> check your 
graphic card and select your own
font-alias-1.0.1    Standard aliases for X11 PCF fonts
font-cursor-misc-1.0.0 Standard X11 cursors in PCF format
font-misc-misc-1.0.0 Standard X11 "fixed" PCF font

Best wishes,

Leonardo Taccari wrote:
> Hello Camilo,
> On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 08:44:41PM -0700, Camilo Reyes wrote:
>> I have modular X installed in my machine on i386. How do I share my binary 
>> packages? Would be glad to help.
> If you have installed them via the "install" target (make install)
> you could use pkgtools/pkg_tarup, for example:
>  $ mkdir /tmp/packages
>  $ pkg_tarup -a -d /tmp/packages modular-xorg-server
> That's all! :-)
> pkg_tarup(1) tool is pretty simple and very useful, with the -a flag we
> say to pkg_tarup to create packages for dependencies too, with the -d
> option we set a path to store our binary packages.
> We also need other packages in order to get a working X systems:
>  o modular-xorg-fonts (or only few fonts)
>  o xf86-input-keyboard
>  o xf86-input-mouse
>  o xf86-video-our_video_card (where our_video_card could be ati, nv,
>  etc.)
>  o xinit
> HTH.
> Ciao, Leonardo

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