soumyajeet <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
i have set paths for binaries and libraries and started into text mode
If you already set the path, the “XFree86” command should be there.
As root, just type “XFree86 -configure”.
If you get “not found” error, it means your path is not setup correctly.
do “echo $PATH” to see if /usr/X11R6/bin" is in there.
You can also try to give the full path:
try “ls /usr/X11R6/bin” and you will see all the executables, if not,
you must have untarred wrongly. make you you untar in the / directory
as mentioned in http://www.openqnx.com/PNphpBB2-viewtopic-t1405-.html
One last note, in case you didn’t read my last post clearly,
this precompiled binary is for Intel x86 processors only.
at which path/ condition the following step must be used?
(collected from the link :
****To configure X Window, you need to run “XFree86 -configure”, which
will create a “XF86Config.new” file that you can copy into
/etc/X11/XF86Config-4. You may want to modify this file to change
some default settings (such as set your own default color depth).
From “xf86-4301-qnx6-bin.tar.gz” i got “XF86Config-4-sample” under
“/etc/X11”. while trying to run it, its giving lines together “not
found”. please suggest which config file should be used here and
before using any prerequisites are there or not.