Migrating to X.org with portupgrade
doconnor at gsoft.com.au
Tue Aug 17 20:54:18 PDT 2004
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On Wed, 18 Aug 2004 12:54, kstewart wrote:
> > # portupgrade -Rrav
> I have the understanding the the x-libraries are added statically. I did
> the pkg_delete and then added xorg back in. Lots of broken dependancies
Not really sure what you mean by "added statically".
The x.org libraries _should_ be called pretty much the same as the XFree ones
(and indeed some of them HAVE to).
I did the commands I listed, and logged out and logged back in and it worked
> The other problem I am having is with KDE. With xorg, KDE has lost track of
> xdb, your keyboard and layouts. It got to the point on 4.10-stable that all
> I could type in konsole showed up like "?? ??? ?" and etc. In other
> utilities, they were all greek letters. I went back to XFree86 to get
> thiapplicationsngs working again.
Works fine here with KDE 3.2.3.
Daniel O'Connor software and network engineer
for Genesis Software - http://www.gsoft.com.au
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