yah, i think that one thing i didn't do is "portupgrade -rf libxcb",
before upgrading xorg-* stuff.
its a hell of a job..... thats all i got to say...
On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 10:40 AM, Lowell Gilbert
> Da Rock <rock_on_the_...@comcen.com.au> writes:
>> On Tue, 2009-01-27 at 12:47 -0200, Sergio de Almeida Lenzi wrote:
>>> Em Ter, 2009-01-27 às 09:27 -0500, Tsu-Fan Cheng escreveu:
>>> > Hi,
>>> > have you solved the problem yet? I also have libXmu failed to
>>> > upgrade due to libxcb-xlib.la. Thanks!!
>>> I removed every instance of libxb-xlib.la from /usr/local/lib/*.la
>>> than it all works again
>>> a shell script like:
>>> lista=`find /usr/local/lib -type f -name "*.la"`
>>> if [ -n "$lista" ]
>>> for i in $lista
>>> if grep $1 $i > /dev/null
>>> sed -i "" "s|/usr/local/lib/$1||" $lista
>>> supose you name this shell -> XX
>>> sh XX libxcb-xlib.la
>>> will do the trick....
>>> after that, you will be able to build things again.
>> I've been talking to the porters and that would not be the recommended
>> way of fixing this. Running portupgrade -a -rf libxcb resolves the
> That probably isn't the exactly recommended form either.
> "-a" and "-r" don't make sense together; the "-r" will be ignored, and
> you will end up rebuilding *everything*.
> Lowell Gilbert, embedded/networking software engineer, Boston area
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