First, I like that there is someone like you who takes the time to try
to help. I appreciate this.
However, maybe I misread you, but I do not like your tone.
I felt it slightly hostile, but maybe I am wrong about this?
Anyway, back to the matter, I will soon give it another try.
I updated my scripts, got rid of some annoying things, and
will soon look if all things go smooth this time.
Then I can provide you with the detailed errors I get, h
owever one problem before that seems to be that I can not c
ompile the "Xorg" binary.
I am not even sure of which package it is part of.
But I am getting there slowly.
we are not mind readers or soothsayers here
Of course not, but as you see there often is a lack of
people that KNOW how to solve specific things.
On #xorg IRC, i was able to find only two other people
who compiled modular xorg on their own.
Most people nowadays seem to enjoy being fed by their
distribution to solve these things. Only ambitious
projects like LFS do help a lot there, but even they
arent extremely good in that regard (modular xorg,
but they are better about this than the official
wiki-docu of Xorgg).
Btw you said "many of us" have done this, but my question is,
have YOU done so?
not that it seems very important
But it makes a HUGE difference.
Because you compiled it on your own, so you know more than like
80% of the other Posters here I guess
it still doesn't help me diagnose unknown problems without looking at the error logs !
For that, dont worry too much. I'll provide this info soon, detailed enough for
you to be able to help me properly and quickly.