kellers at njit.edu
Thu Aug 12 20:17:34 UTC 2010
From man startx(1):
xinit(1), X(7), Xserver(1), Xorg(1), xorg.conf(5)
# whereis X
If X is installed, it should return:
# X: /usr/local/bin/X
pkg_which if X is installed should return:
# pkg_which /usr/local/bin/X
If it doesn't, then the full X server isn't installed:
# whereis xorg
If xorg isn't installed, cd to:
make config-recursive (If you add any options, run make
config-recursive a second time after the shell prompt returns)
make install clean
On 08/12/10 15:40, Fred Boatwright wrote:
> Hi Oliver and Tim,
> I installed xinit but startx still doesn't exist. whereis returns
> nothing and man startx returns nothing.
> Tim Kellers wrote:
>> On my system (with X, obviously, already installed):
>> beta# whereis startx
>> startx: /usr/local/bin/startx /usr/local/man/man1/startx.1.gz
>> beta# pkg_which /usr/local/bin/startx
>> beta# whereis xinit
>> xinit: /usr/local/bin/xinit /usr/local/man/man1/xinit.1.gz
>> I' m not certain about the p5/Perl TK questions, but in the file:
>> there is this description:
>> This a re-port of a perl interface to Tk8.4 (John Ousterhout's production
>> Perl API is essentially the same as Tk800.025 but has not
>> been verified as compliant.
>> It also includes all the C code parts of Tix8.1.4 from SourceForge.
>> The perl code corresponding to Tix's Tcl code is not fully implemented.
>> This version (Tk804.025) is only likely to work with perl5.8+.
>> Tim Kellers
>> On 08/12/10 12:02, Fred Boatwright wrote:
>>> Where would I find startx? I assume it is part one of the ports under
>>> but I don't want to install all of them to find it.
>>> Also, is p5-Tk the same as Perl/Tk?
>>> Best regards,
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