Fwd: necessary info
John B Brown
jbb at vcn.com
Thu Apr 29 09:12:34 PDT 2010
On 4/29/10 9:05 AM, Andrea D'Amore wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 29, 2010 at 4:43 PM, John B Brown<jbb at vcn.com> wrote:
>> Thank you, Andrea. Finally some logic, not personality or abuse. It
>> would be nice to determine what is really happening, not some U-SWAG.
> I can't fully understand what you write.
See private message.
> Did you grep the output of set as you were suggested? Did you updated
> dyld cache?
Yes and yes.
> To make it clear at the moment you have deleted your previous macports
> install directory, right?
Both deleted, and recursively 'wipe'd /opt/local.
> The XQuartz link I provided was missing a dot, it is actually
> You say it's an Apple builtin error but you have to consider that on
> fresh installed systems X11.app works like a charm, you may possibly
> have polluted your env installing some program.
By "fresh installed systems" do you mean I must wipe my entire disk and
start all over again to gain that condition? I've reinstalled from the
gray install discs at least three times; it all gets hazy after so many
Could there possibly be some boot setting I have made that would remove
the version numbers from a system library?
Could the fact that 'locate' does not find libTIFF.dylib in /usr/lib
mean the version number is a phony caused by a missing library in /usr/lib?
>> John B. Brown.
John B. Brown.
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