Will using only dolphin be too much overhead?
dorien.herremans at gmail.com
Sat Feb 11 08:34:57 UTC 2017
*sudo port uninstall installed*
*sudo port install kde4-baseapps*
and it end with the following error:
Error: Requested variants "+gtk+gtk3+x11" do not match those the build was
started with: "+gtk+gtk3+quartz+x11".
I'm at a loss quite frankly. I didn't edit any config files or so.
On 9 February 2017 at 23:37, Ryan Schmidt <ryandesign at macports.org> wrote:
> On Feb 9, 2017, at 09:33, Dorien Herremans wrote:
> > Thanks for the answer. I am really quite new to macports and I only
> wanted to install dolphin (kde4-baseapps). Errrr... Not sure how to
> approach this.
> How did you end up with your ports installed with +quartz? Did you edit
> your variants.conf to include +quartz? Or did you specify +quartz manually
> at the command line?
> > Can I somehow specify I want to remove all macports?
> This will uninstall all ports, while leaving MacPorts itself installed:
> sudo port uninstall installed
> > And install kde4-baseapps +x11 or something?
> kde4-baseapps does not itself have an +x11 variant. See:
> $ port variants kde4-baseapps
> kde4-baseapps has the variants:
> baloo: Add support for baloo indexing
> debug: Enable debug binaries
> docs: Build documentation
> +x11 has always been the MacPorts default, so unless you specify +quartz
> at the command line or in variants.conf, you'll get +x11, where such a
> choice exists.
Dorien Herremans, PhD
Queen Mary University of London
School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science
C4DM - Centre for Digital Music, London
Workshop on Deep Learning and Music <http://dorienherremans.com/dlm2017>,
May'17 Anchorage, Alaska.
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