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Re: Compiling x11-links from pkgsrc
Matthias Scheler schrieb:
On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 12:10:07PM +0100, Dirk H. Schulz wrote:
First a question for understanding: If I change the X11_TYPE setting in
mk.conf (which "is not supported in an existing installation") I use the
above syntax to reset the flags and get a clean pkgsrc with changed
Yes, you should add "X11_TYPE= modular" to "/etc/mk.conf" and
rebuild all packages.
And what could I do to "install x headers ..."? I thought installing the
xcomp.tgz set does include these?
Yes, it should. Which version of NetBSD are you using on which platform?
NetBSD 5 on i386.
Yes, that is there and contains .h files, but the error that asks for
installing x headers states that /usr/X11R6 is the current X11Base and
there are no .h files in include/X11.
If it is NetBSD 5.0* in amd64 on i386 you should have a directory
"/usr/X11R7/include/X11" with a lot of ".h" files in it.
And what is the output of this command:
make VARNAME=X11BASE show-var
make VARNAME=X11PREFIX show-var
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