On Tue, Jun 19, 2007 at 08:33:07PM +0100, Daniel Bye wrote:
> Gary Kline wrote:
> >On Tue, Jun 19, 2007 at 11:17:43PM +1000, Norberto Meijome wrote:
> >>On Mon, 18 Jun 2007 23:50:38 -0700
> >>Gary Kline <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >>> The xorg.conf I created on 09jun07 was around 1K bytes. The
> >>> new one is around 4 times that size. My logs clued me in --
> >>> partly. In /var/log/gdm/:0.log was the problem. An (EE)
> >>> that said I was missing some required module.
> >>this probably was due to your old xorg.conf having the wrong paths in it.
> >>errors should be pretty obvious, otherwise using xorgcfg should make a
> >>good one
> >>and you can, at least, use it to compare the differences.
> > Ah, this is the new scriptthat creates xorg.conf, correct?
> > A bit easier than typing X -configure and messing with the
> > /root files. What I don't understand is all the output about
> > missing modules to stderr. ...but .... ... .
> Which modules does it say are missing? I went through a very similar
> situation earlier today, where the X log file reported that mouse and
> kbd modules were not found.
Yes, the err mentioned something about the mouse as well. I
figured the file would stay in /var/log/dgm/ so I didn't save.
I had planned to go back and grab the error output and re-create
the stderr's from the X -configure. But when everything had
been portupgraded (-aP), everything Just Worked. The error file
was missing, and I launched full-tilt into getting thngs back up.
> A bit of dragging through the ports tree,
> and I found that they are installed as ports in their own right these
> days. I'm not certain why they didn't get installed as part of the huge
> Xorg upgrade as detailed in UPDATING, but installing them by hand made
> the errors go away.
For me, I had to re portupgrade -aP at least four times. Maybe
last night was the 5th. And the symlink script took several runs
before tehrer was in /usr, X11R6 -> /usr/local ...
> So, the moral of the story is, I suppose, if you're happy that all your
> paths are correct in your xorg.conf, and that you have followed Kris'
> upgrade instructions, try looking for an individual port that installs
> the missing module.
I will run xorgcfg (sp?) and another X -configure in, oh, 30
years. Next time I powercycle the new server :-) No missing
modules tihs time, thankfully.
We've had it relatively easy, as users, I think. I's beeen on
the other side, so hat's off to the ports guys.
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