On 27/05/07, Christopher Prance <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I thought I was so close, nope not yet.  I finally got my server upgraded
with no problem.  Well a few minor setbacks, but I got it done.  Of course
it won't run on my Sony 19" monitor which I have yet to figure out, but will
in due time, but my server is not of importance, because I don't run X on
it, it is just a webserver for now. My Thinkpad is a different story, I am
trying to move away from my Windows laptop and rely on only FreeBSD so I
would really like to get X up and running again.  The file I'm attaching is
a script of the mergebase.sh tool. It listed several files that exist in
both /usr/local and /usr/X11R6 and it will not continue until I move or
remove them. I don't know which ones to remove and which ones to just move.
Not too mention I did it by hand on my server, because there was not that
many.  So any help here would be appreciated.  Is there are way I could make
a script to move all these files for me? Which I'm sure there is but my
scripting skills are beginners at best. :(   Sorry for the long post, just
had to get it out.  Thanks again ahead of time!

Christopher Prance

From your attachment, in part:
. . .
. . .

% wc -l xorg-update
   3421 xorg-update

It looks like most, if not all, of your old xorg install
is still under /etc/X11R6, which should not be if
you followed /usr/ports/UPDATING.  It may be safe
to delete if xorg 7.2 was otherwise properly installed
in /usr/local, though I suspect some (perhaps very
long list of) things might have to be recompiled (again!).

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