Sorry for the belated answer, I hit the hay in the meantime... but now,
good morning to everybody outta there:-)
On Sun, Feb 04, 2001 at 05:05:11PM -0800, Doug Barton wrote:
> Ummm... duh. :) I confirmed this on two machines.
OK I think I nailed it:-) I took a trip to the /var/db/pkg directory, it
was very educational:-)
/var/db/pkg/linux_base-6.1/+CONTENTS, the offending line in my installled
@exec ln -sf ../X11R6/lib/X11 %D/usr/lib/X11
@unexec rm %D/usr/lib/X11
But the port that actually did something to that directory was
linux_devtools. It puts the config directory for X11 there. So you may very
much be correct... unless you install linux_devtools, there may be no
/usr/X11R6/lib/X11 directory at all.
So short workaround: install linux_devtools:-)
Long workaround: Take a long hard look at what's going on before posting to
say that *it works for me* /*note to myself */
Solution: ? ( Maybe create the directory once we symlink to it? Seems like
a good idea... )
(Most probably this problem never surfaced before because the maintainers
had both ports installed on their systems.)
Luckily, the date on the directories tipped me off, since I installed the
devtools port only two days later...
> Have you installed any linux X apps other than real player? That and
> netscape are all I have installed.
No, only Netscape, RP, Flash plugin and linux-jdk are linux apps on my
system (oh yes and that unwieldy beast, Star Office) all from ports, except
for RP which I downloaded quite some time ago and installed by hand and had
no reason to upgrade ever since... but most of these do not put anything
under the /usr/compat/linux/ hierarchy at all, but rather prefer
> > (I installed linux-base quite some time ago but I know it works because I
> > use RealPlayer every day:-)
> Me too.
Using it right now:-) Good line quality from Charleston, SC.
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