[FreeNX-kNX] Installing FreeNX the real way
martijn4evers at gmail.com
Mon Mar 17 14:03:02 UTC 2008
Alright, The problem was indeed make World. I did extract nx-X11-compat
with the sources, what was wrong, so when I didn't used nx-X11-compat,
it just worked.
With kind regards,
Fabian Franz wrote:
>> First of all, thanks for FreeNX, I am new to FreeNX and I like it much.
>> I am not a native speaker (Dutch), so excuse me if i write a bit rubbish
>> I use Debian 4.0 and FreeNX (trunk), I've installed FreeNX the easy way
>> |||See: http://mail.kde.org/pipermail/freenx-knx/2007-October/006041.html|
>> And that went fine.
>> But i don't quite understand "The real way" of installing FreeNX (as
>> stated in the INSTALL file).
>> I understand that first the GPL'ed NoMachine components need the be
>> build, so after
>> downloading tar'ed source files and apt-get'ing dependencies I had the
>> building blocks:
>> And FreeNX (trunk) files.
>> However I don't have:
> This is necessary. I think make World failed.
> You can do: cd nx-X11/programs/Xserver/hw/
> Those are no longer shipped and such not longer necessary.
> Best regards,
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