On Mon, 2006-04-10 at 11:55 +0200, Jürgen Schinker wrote:
> On Mon, April 10, 2006 11:46, Paul de Vrieze wrote:
> > On Monday 10 April 2006 11:23, Jürgen Schinker wrote:
> >> On Mon, April 10, 2006 10:18, Paul de Vrieze wrote:
> >>> On Monday 10 April 2006 09:53, Jürgen Schinker wrote:
> >>>> bdftopcf.c:32:19: X11/X.h: No such file or directory
> >>> This is the first error. This file should exist in
> >>> /usr/include/X11/X.h. I'm not 100% but I believe these are provided
> >>> by x11-proto/xproto. Which is an indirect dependency (through
> >>> libXfont). Try to make sure that you have the relevant portions of X
> >>> emerged? Which portage version are you using?
> >> ok i emerge xproto an now this
> > More headers are missing. I don't really know where this one is from, but
> > it shouldn't hurt to make sure that all of the dependencies are merged.
> > It seems that somehow your dependencies are either merged incorrectly or
> > not there at all.
> and how can i do this? how can i emerge all those headers?
Looking at all this, I wonder: Have you done something like (in
emerge -C xorg-x11
Portage thinks you have all the dependencies merged, but you don't
actually have them installed. There are brute-force ways to fix this
(e.g., 'emerge -pe xorg-x11' will show you much more than you need.)
There are probably more subtle ways to fix this, but what you have to
do, one way or another, is to get portage to forget about any xorg-x11
related packages it thinks you have installed, and do a completely fresh
I'm CC x11*g.o in case someone there has instructions lying around.
Ferris McCormick (P44646, MI) <email@example.com>
Developer, Gentoo Linux (Devrel, Sparc)