I think I tried this once and failed to make it work. Perhaps it
requires some extra magic in order to be enabled.
for me, it has always worked fine, and you can just type "exit" to get
out. back in the day, when i was building XFree86 from scratch, after
thusly logging in you could then "startx" to get XFree86 running. but
clearly X11.app is an altogether different beast, and it sounds like
short answer is, unsurprisingly, no, i can't do that.
Yeah, you'll need the Xdarwin DDX. Pretty much all you need is the /
usr/X11/bin/Xdarwin binary. You can probably copy it from your old
build. Then just run 'startx /usr/X11/bin/Xdarwin' instead of 'startx'
Are you talking about pure-darwin? If that's the case, then your
bet is installing MacPorts and installing the XFree86 port.
thanks for the info. maybe some day i'll try out MacPorts, but for
X11.app works great, and i can live without ">console"...
Well, you can live with both. Just get the Xdarwin binary in place,
and you should be good to go.
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