HEADSUP: X.Org conversion
dl at leo.org
Fri Jul 23 15:04:17 PDT 2004
Eric Anholt wrote on Fri, Jul 23, 2004 at 12:11:09PM -0700:
> OK, the final version of the X.Org conversion patch has hit the tree.
> No ports appear to be broken by the upgrade at this time. X.Org has
> been made the default X distribution on -current. Other versions of
> FreeBSD retain the same default X distribution (XFree86) but can upgrade
> by setting X_WINDOW_SYSTEM=xorg in /etc/make.conf.
> To upgrade, you must remove your XFree86 ports and install the xorg
> ports. It couldn't be done with portupgrade, unfortunately, because we
> are keeping the XFree86 ports around. To upgrade:
Why does "keeping the XFree86 ports around" prevent one from
using portupgrade? I can specify a different port to
upgrade with with -o, like (simplified):
portupgrade -o x11/xorg XFree86-4.3.0_X
or are there other reasons why this is not possible?
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