ryandesign at macports.org
Wed Jan 6 20:44:32 PST 2016
On Jan 6, 2016, at 9:57 PM, James Linder wrote:
> I have built xfce on el Capitan
> I filed 2 tickets about xfce failing to build, 1 a red-herring (for non english speakers that is a distraction with no reason) 1 about SIP that is real (and sorry Ryan for getting the ticket detail wrong), but it works beautifully.
> Thanks to the maintainers - it was lots of work.
> All the information to make it run is easily available, just it does not run out-the-box (xfce runs on Quartz so you need that and xinit startup stuff)
Quartz is a framework inside OS X. If you have OS X, you have Quartz.
Perhaps you meant XQuartz? i.e. X running on Quartz?
If so, then you should be able to use either the separate XQuartz distribution available at www.xquartz.org or the xorg-server port in MacPorts; they are the same software.
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