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First questions ....
What do you want exactly ? Do you need X support or not ? If you do
not, well remove those use flags qt gtk gtk2 since they need an X
server anyway to function. Since you are building a server, may I
suggest putting -* at the front of your use flags to make sure you
don't have some obscure use flags. Instead of putting your settings
from make.conf try putting `emerge info`. It really gives what are the
currently active settings of portage so to speak.
Might want to read this too :
Anyway, I really don't understand your problem. Let's start again,
post clearly what your problem is or what you really want (For
example, I don't want any X support but it tries to emerge it and it
even fails preventing me from continuing my updates. Here's my setup
(emerge info) and here's what portage is trying to acheive (emerge
-Udpvt world). Post the results of `emerge info` and `emerge -uDpvt`
if you were trying to update your server.
On Mon, 06 Dec 2004 10:14:43 -0500, Eric S. Johansson <esj@...> wrote:
> building a gentoo server. only need X client lib/support but for some
> reason, the X server is in the dependency list for emacs and xorg is
> *failing to build*. if I change make.conf to have -X11 the server side
> doesn't build but then again neither does any client side support. very
> annoying. googling for these errors shows nothing. doubly annoying.
> undefined reference to `__stack_smash_handler'
> undefined reference to `__guard'
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> CFLAGS="-O2 -march=pentium3 -fomit-frame-pointer -pipe"
> USE="aim emacs fastcgi imap maildir mmx mozilla pcmcia python usb gdbm
> pam png berkdb apache2 perl readline gif qt gtk gtk2 ldap mcal ncurses
> sse ssl -X wxwindows zlib"
> your assistance is greatly appreciated.
> "Part of the problem with the Wal-Mart business model is that it
> requires more poverty in order to grow."
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