[PyKDE] PyQt v3.2 on OS X
phil at river-bank.demon.co.uk
Mon May 6 11:42:01 BST 2002
Barron Snyder wrote:
> My X11 is how Fink installs it. From their notes:
> > xfree86-base - XFree86 libraries, utilities, clients and data.
> > XFree86 is a free X11 implementation that supports Darwin and Mac OS X.
> > This will let you run X11 applications and desktop environments.
> > Web site: http://www.xfree86.org/
> > Packaging Notes: This package builds the libraries, common clients (e.g.
> > xterm), fonts and other data, but not the X server. The server is in a
> > separate package (xfree86-rootless). You can install a server manually
> > if
> > you prefer.
> > WARNING: This package will not honor the prefix you installed Fink in.
> > It
> > will always install into /usr/X11R6. This is by design. The preinst
> > script
> > checks to make sure it doesn't overwrite existing files.
> > Previous versions by Christoph Pfisterer.
> > Porting Notes: OpenGL stuff is disabled. "libgl" is provided by the
> > xfree86-rootless package in order to preserve an upgrade path from the
> > xfree86 v4.1 packages.
> > Patched to use pthreads.
> > Maintainer: Jeffrey Whitaker <jsw at cdc.noaa.gov>
> I only have this package installed (xfree86-base - XFree86 libraries,
> utilities, clients and data). Do I need the server as well
No - you don't need X at all. Try running configure using "--without-x".
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