Frank Staals wrote: > Freminlins wrote: > > <snip> >> Err, yeah. Look through hundreds of packages to see which dependencies >> they >> have. Helpful. Not. >> >> This way of doing X11 is seriously unhelpful to end users. If having >> individual packages for everything is so good, please tell me why >> everything >> in /bin, /usr/bin and so on is not an individual package. It's because >> the >> idea of doing so is dumb. >> >> Frem. >> > Allthough I think the modular approach to Xorg is a good thing, I have > to agree the xorg-meta port installs A LOT of ports. A xorg-lite port an > xorg-lite port would be usefull for a user who is planning on installing > a low-end X windows environment. I thought I read at the > freebsd-ports list such thing was being worked on some time ago. But I > haven't heard anything about it anymore for quite some time now. What > happened to that idea ?
I suppose because it's not needed: # cd /usr/ports/x11/xorg # make config-recursive will allow you to make all your choices. _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"