On Mon, 8 Apr 2002 20:22:54 +0200,
> On Mon, 8 Apr 2002 10:45:08 +0000 (UTC)
> J> Nuking /usr/X11R6 (and possibly /etc/X11) should work.
> J> (It's not a port, and probably not even a package. ISTR.
> It is a port (or at least can be)
But isn't. That was the point. :-)
Quote:> and a package (at least an entry in
That makes it easier, just delete the package. Wasn't sure it had
entries in /var/db/pkg. Haven't seen XF 3.* in a long time.
Quote:> Being a cautious individual I simply renamed /usr/X11R6 to
> /usr/X11R6.336, backed up my /vsr/db/pkg directory and then deleted all
> X11 package references. The idea being that I could easily go back to 3.3.6
> - I never did and eventually I deleted all trace of 3.3.6.
Keeping the X configuration files (although different from XF 4.*) might
be worthwhile. For a go-back excercise or just snarfing modelines.
 Had to do that for my thinkpad 570, snarfed a modeline from a
tp 3xx XF config off of the 'net.
j p d (at) d s b (dot) t u d e l f t (dot) n l .