|From:||David Aubril <david.aubril@xxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Tue, 03 Oct 2006 21:09:22 +0200|
On Tue, 3 Oct 2006, Frank Petitjean wrote:
Well, I'm just a french guy. But I met that a couple of times. I guess that there is a line somewhere which still refers to /usr/X11R6. So that's what I wrote in my shell : #ln -s /usr/pkg/xorg /usr/X11R6 It worked for me.
Thanks David, it works fine. I just had to change the location from /usr/X11R6 to /usr/X11.
Do you know whether it is possible to install a package like xorg to its
normal location (ie /usr/X11) ?
Note that /usr/X11 is not normal. Xorg works fine installed using defaults (/usr/pkg/xorg) or using /usr/X11R6/.
I may have misunderstood the earlier emails in this thread. ... But I think it would better to fix the problem itself instead of creating un-needed symlinks or moving X around.