On Wed, Jul 19, 2000 at 07:56:25PM -0300, J. Scott Kasten wrote:
> I think the x libs are a good place to start, because I can guarantee that
> I'm breaking those, yet you claim to have them working. I also know that
> I can grab someone else's prebuilt and compile against those and get
> working apps. Thus the x libs demonstrate all the "features" of the
> problem that I'm encountering.
> #1 You say you built X using the tool chain for Simple 0.2b. Does that
> mean you compiled it natively on an Indy with what was effectively Simple
> 0.2b installed? Or was it cross compiled using the same releases of the
It was built natively. You will need to obtain cpp from egcs 1.1.2 and
place it into /lib in order to accomplish this. You can get this at
> #2 You say X 4.0. Can you be more specific? Was it an official 4.0
> tarball on the xfree ftp site? Pulled from CVS? Or was it really a
> 4.0.1? Basicly, I want the exact same starting sources that you used.
It is XFree86 4.0 official + the 000531 version of Guido's patch.
> #3 Where can I get Guido's X patch?
> #4 What if anything did you add to the host.def or other config files
> before doing "make World"?
I changed nothing.
Keith M Wesolowski firstname.lastname@example.org
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