--On October 21, 2007 10:29:36 PM -0700 Steve Franks
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
No, you don't need to install X. Yes, you *do* need to install some of
the X libraries because they are used by ports you are trying to install.
Seems every time I try to install a pkg or make a port lately, I get
===> Verifying install for /usr/local/libdata/xorg/libraries in
/usr/X11R6 exists, but it is not a symlink. Installation cannot proceed.
This looks like an incompletely removed old version of X. In the
current versio n, /usr/X11R6 must be a symlink if it exists at
all.Please read /usr/ports/UPDAT ING (entry of 20070519) for the
procedure to upgrade X.org related ports.*** Err or code 1
My system is just fine as is, thanks, am I stuck not installling any
of these ports unless I upgrade X?
If you've never installed X on this box, just run mergebase.sh
(/usr/ports/Tools/scripts - IIRC) to create the symlink. Then install the
pkg or port you want, which will install the libraries needed.
I have two headless servers running websites and other services, and both
have X stuff installed. That's the nature of shared libraries.
Paul Schmehl ([EMAIL PROTECTED])
Senior Information Security Analyst
The University of Texas at Dallas