Markie markie at notwentytwo.freeserve.co.uk
Wed Aug 13 15:31:44 PDT 2003

It is 'X -configure' :o) but 'XFree86 -configure' (note the space) should
work too, probably.
Calm down, go through things at a slower pace :o)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave [Hawk-Systems]" <dave at hawk-systems.com>
To: "ccatanzaro" <ccatanzaro at cox.net>; <questions at FreeBSD.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2003 10:59 PM
Subject: RE: quickquestion

> >Installed XFree86 using ports method:
> >
> ># cd /usr/ports/x11/XFree86-4
> ># make install clean
> >
> >
> >now trying to run 'XFree86-configure' so i can configure it - but i
> >can not locate the program anywhere!
> locate XFree86-configure
> or
> which XFree86-configure
> might be a good place to start
> >On a larger scale can i am tired of constantly changing dirs to run
> >apps. can i adjust an environment variable to run programs from any
> >dir i am in, instead searching through everything. I installed a lot
> >of port software but can't seem to be able to run or find any of it.
> thats usually what /usr/local/bin and sbin are for (at least in my usage)
> they are in your path, simply symlink your port after installing it into
> directory.
> Dave
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