Builging/Installing X.org

glenn at biz-network.net glenn at biz-network.net
Fri Apr 15 17:59:30 PDT 2005

 I tried a 'from scratch' install of DFly 1.2 and still have not had any
luck building X.org from the /usr/dfports :( The first problem that
needed to be solved was to build Perl5.8 from the /usr/ports/lang
collection. This is aparanetly removed from 1.2 and is a dependency to
build X.org. Then I encountered an error:

cc1: Invalid option 'tune=pentiumpro'
*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/dfports/x11-servers/xorg-server/work/xc/config/imake

 This is probably has something to do with the platform that I am
installing on is a 1Ghz AMD Dureon processor based.

 I also tried to install X.org from GoBsd.com and got some strange
dependcy error message(s)... its really too bad...I was looking forward
to giving the 1.2 release of Dfly a 'spin'. But with out being able to
get 'X' installed there is not much point in trying to go any further....

  If anyone is able to figure out how to get 'X.org' installed cleanly
from the 1.2 relase ISO I would be very interested I how it was done!

Thanks for all the help and suggestions:)

> On Fri, 15 Apr 2005, the following was written:
>>  I just installed DFly 1.2 and ws wonderign the best way to install
>> X.org
>> to get X running? I was not able to do a pkg_add -r from GoBSD.com or
>> build it from scratch from /usr/dfports without getting build error(s)
>> was just wondering what the best recommended install methed currently
>> is?
> No problems here building X.org from ports in 1.2--do you have
> X_WINDOW_SYSTEM=xorg set in your make.conf?
> :Fuzz

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