xorg/dri-6.2_1,2 upgrade problems
nedsmailbox2 at cox.net
Mon Jan 3 17:49:06 PST 2005
>On 12/30/04 22:18:32, Ned Harrison wrote:
>> The upgrade to 5.3 fixed the Dri build problems. Thanks for the
>> hint, Jason. It is much appreciated. I had to run xorgconfig to
>> make a new config file in order to get the X server going again. My
>> kde desktop keeps crashing but the Windowmaker desktop I installed
>>runs. It doesn't run perfectly but at least I know X works. I
> >will try using the force switch on portupdate to redo those ports I
>> originally I upgraded in 5.2. As for your p pro question. It must
>> be a default in some makefile. I'm too much of a newbie to even know
>> what p pro is. :-)
>> Sorry about not including the prior message. But I'm still working
>> off a Knoppix disk.
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>I think you have somethings not fully upgraded to have some of those
>problems. I hear it is kind of a comman problem with big ports like
>kde for some of the dependancies not to be built. Portmanager is a new
>program I have found and like it. It is not as full featured as
>portupgrade, but it is nice. Install it, it is a very quick compile,
>less than a min. Then run "portmanager -s | grep OLD" as root. It ill tell
>you everything that is out of date, be sure to cvsup ports
>and "cd /usr/ports && make fetchindex" first.
>Did you rebuild x after you update to 5.3? You will need to. Try
>portupgrade -fRr xorg.
>If you want to optimize you programs have a look at /etc/make.conf.
>You can check out /usr/share/example/make.conf first. The p pro stands
>for pentium pro. It is very old, pre pII. It is also a default
>setting to optimise for that can help most modern x86 processors. If
>you want to set some make options here is mine, note you may need to
>change the processor type.
>CFLAGS= -O2 -pipe -fschedule-insns2 -fomit-frame-pointer
>COPTFLAGES=-O2 -pipe -funroll-loops -fschedule-insns2
It turned out to be the kdemultimedia package. It would not update nor could
I build it from the ports. I wiped it out with pkg_delete -f. Can't play my
tunes but I'm back on line! :-)
Jason, Thanks again for the hints.
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