XFree86 4.x is preffered to build OpenOffice.org for
4.10-RELEASE rather than Xorg?
adamw at FreeBSD.org
Fri Oct 15 07:59:47 PDT 2004
>> (10.15.2004 @ 0504 PST): NAKATA Maho said, in 0.7K: <<
> Dear all,
> I would like to ask you about OOo packages.
> provided at :
> (currently I'm maintaing these builds)
> I provided 4.10-RELEASE packages with X.org. However, default is
> not X.org but XFree86 4.4.
> I don't have an opinion for it.
> so I would like to ask you, which do you think better?
> o OOo + 4.10-RELEASE + X.org
> o OOo + 4.10-RELEASE + XFree86 4.4
>> end of "XFree86 4.x is preffered to build OpenOffice.org for 4.10-RELEASE rather than Xorg?" from NAKATA Maho <<
4.10 users install XFree86 by default. This means that although there's
no reason that Xorg shouldn't work, they do so At Their Own Risk. I
think it's best to assume that users are using the default. If they know
how to install the non-default X-server, they'll know how to build their
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