Xorg question

Roelof Wobben rwobben at hotmail.com
Sat Jul 24 13:14:05 CEST 2010



And if I want Xorg 1.8 then I can do lin Xorg8.



> Date: Sat, 24 Jul 2010 12:50:17 +0200
> Subject: Re: Xorg question
> From: duncan.gibson at xs4all.nl
> To: lunar at lunar-linux.org
> > I did a lin xorg-server and saw that xorg-1.8.2 was installed.
> > But when I do startx i get a message that startx is not found.
> > What is de command in Lunar to start X.
> There is a module called XOrg7 that is a "profile" or dummy
> module that pulls in most of the individual modules that make
> up the complete XOrg7 suite. xorg-server is just one part.
> So you should really "lin XOrg7", and then any additional drivers.
> which you can find in /var/lib/lunar/moonbase/xorg7/driver
> or run "lvu section xorg7/driver"
> Note that there are a lot of X11 related modules that don't
> fall under the xorg7 umbrella, eg xterm, xhost spring to mind.
> Again, you can explore under /var/lib/lunar/moonbase or check
> out the modules page: http://modules.lunar-linux.org/index.php
> although the modules page is maybe not completely up to date.
> Remember too that "lvu search", "lvu info" and "lvu what" are
> really handy for finding out more about available modules...
> D.
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