|Summary:||Wrong path for enlightenment 0.16.5-r2|
|Product:||Gentoo Linux||Reporter:||jochem prins <j.prins>|
|Component:||Current packages||Assignee:||Seemant Kulleen (RETIRED) <seemant>|
|Package list:||Runtime testing required:||---|
Description jochem prins 2002-01-27 17:55:16 UTC
Emerging went ok, after that run enlightenment.install to have .xinitrc setup for enlightenment. When you try to run startx, xfree will crash due to an incorrect path for enlightenment in .xinitrc. Change in .xinitrc: exec /usr/enlightenment, this must be exec /usr/sbin/enlightenment or exec /usr/bin/enlightenment
Comment 1 Mikael Hallendal (hallski) (RETIRED) 2002-01-27 18:36:30 UTC
hmm .. not sure what you mean. Did you have to change to /usr/bin/enlightenment or to /usr/enlightenment in your .xinitrc?
Comment 2 jochem prins 2002-01-27 19:21:06 UTC
Change .xinitrc to: exec /usr/bin/enlightenment
Comment 3 Mikael Hallendal (hallski) (RETIRED) 2002-01-27 19:28:11 UTC
Ah, now I'm with you. enlightenment.install creates the .xinitrc. hmm, ok, this will be looked into
Comment 4 Bart Verwilst 2002-03-18 11:09:55 UTC
I never used enlightenment in my life, so i really don't think i'm the right person for this :( So, like you asked, i'm transferring this back to you so you can appoint someone better..
Comment 5 Daniel Robbins (RETIRED) 2002-03-19 16:31:33 UTC
Seemant: can you see if this bug still exists?
Comment 6 Seemant Kulleen (RETIRED) 2002-03-19 21:10:51 UTC
This bug does still exist. And apparently it's a known one from upstream. OpenBSD and fink both experienced this same issue. I borrowed the OpenBSD fix for this. Thanks for catching this.