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Old 05-19-2008, 11:24 PM
 
Default Can't install emacs-cvs on semi-minimal install of gentoo (no X)

On Mon, May 19, 2008 at 09:05:30AM -0500, reader@newsguy.com wrote:
> Folks.. I'm sorry to repost this under a new subject line... I got no
> responses on a previous try... Is there someone here who is an emacs
> user who might see whats going wrong with the emerge? Or someone how
> can just spot something in the error output that provides a clue for
> me to dig with.
>
>
> reader@newsguy.com writes:
>
> I want to get emacs-cvs installed on a machine with no X or xorg stuff
> installed. I want version 23 for the newly merged multi-tty
> functionality. (a way to connect to a running emacs remotely)
>
> When I try to emerge it with these flags:
> root # emerge -v emacs-cvs
> [...]
> [ebuild N ] app-editors/emacs-cvs-23.0.9999 USE="gpm xpm -X
> -Xaw3d -alsa -dbus -gif -gtk -gzip-el -hesiod -jpeg -kerberos
> -m17n-lib -motif -png -sound -source -spell -svg -tiff
> -toolkit-scroll-bars -xft"
> [...]
> xfaces.c.text+0x42a6): undefined reference to `FONT_WEIGHT_NAME_NUMERIC'
> xfaces.c.text+0x42bb): undefined reference to `FONT_WEIGHT_NAME_NUMERIC'


'xpm' is a graphics format ( X Pix Map, IIRC) so that may be a problem.
There is also a USE flag for Xface as well.

Try adding '-xpm -xface' to your USE flags.


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