Xorg - minimal
eitanadlerlist at gmail.com
Sun Oct 19 03:43:11 UTC 2008
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Olivier SMEDTS wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 02:53:37PM -0400, Eitan Adler wrote:
> Olivier SMEDTS wrote:
>>>>> I don't think dbus, dmidecode, hal, gamin, consolekit, docbook,
>>>>> gnome_subr, policykit and so on have anything to do with an
>>>>> "xorg-minimal". You also did not remove the various build
>>>>> dependencies. You can clearly have a more minimal Xorg install.
> I actually installed xorg-server with mostly defaults for "make
> config-recursive". When I did change the defaults I always made it more
> minimal when possible.
> I can provide a "pkg_tree -v" or a "pkg_tree -qt" if you would like to
> see the dependency tree.
>> I think "WITHOUT_HAL=yes" and "WITHOUT_DBUS=yes" is a minimum, it would remove
>> big dependencies : dbus, hal, gamin, consolekit and policykit at least.
Alright - thanks for that. I plan to have a test version of the port
done by tomorrow.
>> I'll test in a jail to provide you a package tree.
> If you can provide the "pkg_tree -qt" (pkg_tree is in ports) for a more
> minimal xorg install to me I would like to see it.
> I am working on creating a meta package now and I'll post it soon for
>>>>> But thank you for this list, now I know at least someone managed to
>>>>> get modular Xorg without 200 installed ports :)
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