Tom Stiller wrote:
>>Tried it. I installed the X11 package and the X11 SDK from Apple which
>>seems to work. When I fire up the X11.app it opens with an xterm window.
>>After that I tried to install amaya with fink which also seems to
>>install XFree86. After hours of compiling when I try to fire up amaya I
> If you're going to use fink X11 packages, you will need to install the
> X11 placeholdeer "system-xfree86".[/ref]
I did. I tried both optons I was presented with when I installed amaya:
first the default system-xfree86 and after removing everything
xfree86-base. Neither worked. Tonight I thoroughly removed everything
and tried again, this time installing system-xfree86 first with Fink,
and then installing amaya. The result is still the same, see below..
What would be a good (but small) application to install to test if
xfree86 is actually working?