2009/2/1 Klaus Friis Østergaard <farremo...@gmail.com>:
>    On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 04:03:10PM +0100, Klaus Friis Østergaard wrote:
>        I tried to remove the directories that was not removed by deinstall
>        manually, and then installed again, now no complaints about not being
>        able to uninstall I can now start gdm again, with out any complaints,
>        but when I run sockstat I cannot see gdm-binary active nor any listen
>        on udp 177.
>        Any suggestions?
>    GDM 2.24 ist broken, not only on FreeBSD but also on other systems like
>    Fedora. My personal workaround ist to keep using 2.20 for now, which
>    seems to be the last working version that came from the gnome team.
> gdm-2.24.1_5 is not broken, else I couldn't have logged onto my
> gnome-desktop some minutes ago. But there are some feature-regressions
> compared to 2.20 - developers say they have rewritten important parts
> of the code.
> Greetings,
> Uli.
> Thanks, but how do I reverse back to gdm 2.20? Is this possible with
> the portupgrade tools?
> /Klaus
> --
> Klaus F. Østergaard, <farremosen(at)gmail dot com>
Thanks, it worked with portdowngrade and then I just used the
portupgrade -a -x /x11/gdm

Klaus F. Østergaard, <farremosen(at)gmail dot com>
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