Subject: Re: Xorg 6.9.0 problem on amd64 =?utf-8?b?KFhfQ3JlYXRlV2luZG93L0JhZA==?=
To: Blair Sadewitz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <email@example.com>
Date: 04/26/2006 23:03:55
On Wed, 26 Apr 2006, it was written:
> Yes, this is correct. I can display the root window, but X dies on any
> attempt to create a new window, i.e. run any program that wants to
> access the display. And yes, it fails if I try to run the xterm on a
> different console and set DISPLAY=:0.
This is what happens to me when I ran the xorg-server from freedesktop CVS
on DragonFly. X server would work and I could see the distinctive X
background and could move my pointer, but once I started an Xterm, it
But this was on i386 and was not using pkgsrc.
I posted details about it to DragonFly and xorg lists.
> P.S. Xorg 6.8.2 from 2006-01-18 pkgsrc works without a problem. I would
> try building modular Xorg from freedesktop.org CVS but I cannot figure
> out how to do so properly. :(
I can help you. It is a little confusing because some of the components
are in CVS and some are in GIT.
Or you can use the many, many tarballs from freedesktop.org. But that will
take a long time.
Or please try the packages from pkgsrc-wip (see wip/xorg-server). They
need work and I need testers.
Jeremy C. Reed
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