[kde-freebsd] WARNING: NEW XORG
daeron at optusnet.com.au
Mon Mar 3 03:45:22 UTC 2014
Thanks Jerry. After re-enabling NEW_XORG and upgrading to KDE
4.12.2 I've tried Xorg with different results;Trying
/usr/local/etc/rc.d/kdm4 onstartproduces: Updating KDM
configuration.Information: reading pre-existing kdmrc
/usr/local/share/config/kdm/kdmrc (config version 2.4)
And trying Xorg -configure now produces a new conf and bailout
saying: (++) Using config file: "/root/xorg.confnew" Number of
created screens does not match number of detected devices.
Configuration failed. Server terminated with error (2). Closing log
And the Xorg.0.log says the same after saying:(WW) Hotplugging is on,
devices using drivers 'kbd', 'mouse' or 'r(WW) Disabling Mouse0(WW)
Disabling Keyboard0 Number of created screens does not match number
of detected devices. Configuration failed. Server terminated with
error (2). Closing log file.On Sun, Jerry said:
> I have FreeBSD-10 amd64 installed also. I placed >
"WITH_NEW_XORG=YES" in the /etc/make.conf file > and rebuilt KDE4. I
had several problems also, but> not like the ones you are describing.
Mine related to> a known problem, although not listed in the UPDATING
file,> regarding "kde4-workspace". Once I got that corrected,> and
with a little more tweaking, I got it all to work.
> Personally, if I had to rebuild nearly 1200 ports, I would> have
backed up any config files that I needed and then> dumped the entire
system and do a fresh install of> FreeBSD and then precede to
re-install my applications. I
> have over 1100+ ports and have found from past> experience that
sometimes it is faster and far easier> to just bite the bullet. For
me, time is money and I don't> have enough money to waste time on.
> Good luck, you will need it.
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