Re: getting a fake xfree package?
xlibs is one of the dependancies. but xfree86-common is also one of
them. thats what i'm trying to avoid without forcing and manualy
installing them all.
"When we have nothing left to give
There will be no reason for us to live
But when we have nothing left to lose
You will have nothing left to use"
On 6 Mar 2001, David Z. Maze wrote:
> Forrest English <email@example.com> writes:
> FE> i want to isntall imagemagick on my server for use with some scripts i
> FE> have for thumbnail gallerys. but... there's no way i want x on that
> FE> system. besides forcing each package i want besides x, is there a way for
> FE> the system to stop paying attention to x dependancies, or to fake it out
> FE> somehow?
> You can just install the xlibs (xlib6g on potato) package, which gives
> you the X libraries that X client programs link against. You
> shouldn't need to install a full set of X client programs, or an X
> server, or anything else; the library package should be sufficient for
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