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Thu Jun 29 07:31:08 PDT 2006
On 6/29/06, Dietmar_Schindler at mra.man.de <Dietmar_Schindler at mra.man.de> wrote:
> I cannot answer for conon, but I'll describe my problem case.
> I have a homemade PowerPC Linux system with an XFree86 server that aborts when I call xset -q.
> In the hope of getting a working X, I'm trying to build Xorg release 7.1.
> I am not sure whether the libraries from 1999 which are lying around here are suitable, so I thought I'd better compile the current ones. Moreover, the description at http://wiki.x.org/wiki/ModularDevelopersGuide doesn't talk about building only parts of X, except "by hand" - and I don't know which modules I need and which I don't need.
The Linux From Scratch project has some instructions for building
modular X. Unfortunately, it doesn't solve one of your problems -
which modules do you need. That just comes from getting familiar with
the modules. Read the configure.in/ac for what you want to build and
trace back to what proto/libs/utils you need. It's a PITA the first
time, but after you get used to it, you can trim X down to just what
you need. Keep in mind that you can just build everything and have it
be no different than the old "make World". Anyway, here's the BLFS
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