Subject: first Xserver attempt (was: Re: jornada720 touchpanel support added)
To: Emmanuel Dreyfus <email@example.com>
From: Emmanuel Dreyfus <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/22/2002 00:42:08
I started working on Xserver build, and hence I can anwser my own
> Is it possible to cross-build X using the build machinery tools? It
> seems possible, but I'd like a confirmation.
The answer seems to be no, since some tools such as imake are built for
the target platform, but I'm not sure. I'm building natively, it removes
> Is it possible to build without local.tar.gz and contrib.tar.gz?
> Is it possible to only build the X server? That's what is iinteresting
> for now: we don't really care about xclock and friends for now...
I'm doing a make build in xsrc. I get Makefile generation, make includes
and make depend, then I interupt the build, I go to
xsrc/xc/programs/Xserver and I do a make.
I need to make in xsrc/xc/lib/Xau, xsrc/xc/lib/Xdmcp, xsrc/xc/lib/font,
xsrc/xc/lib/lbxutil because the X server depends on this.
I'm able to build the X server, but when I run it, it fails because it
attemps to set keyboard raw mode (using a wscons ioctl) on ttyE0
(obviously instead of wskbd0). I haven't figured out what's wrong yet.
UNIX *is* user friendly. It is just a bit selective about his friends