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Date:      Fri, 27 Mar 2009 14:42:27 +0000
From:      Barnaby Scott <bds@waywood.co.uk>
To:        Paul Schmehl <pschmehl_lists@tx.rr.com>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Wine without X
Message-ID:  <49CCE5D3.6020900@waywood.co.uk>
In-Reply-To: <F66E1C2954CA15ADC71114F7@utd65257.utdallas.edu>
References:  <49CB957F.30807@waywood.co.uk> <F66E1C2954CA15ADC71114F7@utd65257.utdallas.edu>

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Paul Schmehl wrote:

> 
> So, you *could* do this:
> su - to root
> Download the wine tarball and untar it
> Go in to the wine directory and type the following, in order:
> ./configure --without-x
> make depends
> make
> make install
> 
> That will install wine on your system without X.  Figuring out how to 
> get your rendering binary to run is an exercise for you.  :-)
> 
> I left wine without x installed on my system.  If you have questions, I 
> *may* be able to help.
> 

Can I ask one more possibly really dumb question, to which I can find no 
answer: Is there a 'conventional', or sensible for one reason or 
another, place to download application source to? Presumably you don't 
want it mixed up in the ports distfiles, or in the system's source 
directory. I know this sounds very silly, and the answer might be 
'wherever you like', but I do like to learn the conventions which 
usually have good reasons behind them.



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