After the DRI tree has been compiled you can install the XFree86 headers, libraries, programs, etc for testing.
As mentioned above, the install directory is specified by the
ProjectRoot variable in the
Create that directory now if it doesn't already exist:
You'll have to change to root since the install process puts
several files in
/etc/X11/ and sets the setuid flag on
the X server executable.
cd ~/DRI-CVS/build/xc su make installEdit your
/etc/ld.so.conffile and put
/usr/XF86-main/libas the first line. Continue with:
/usr/XF86-main to be sure the files installed
Strictly speaking, installing the DRI tree isn't required. It's possible to run and test the X server directly from the build directory but it's a bit error prone.
To update your X locale information do the following:
cd ~/DRI-CVS/build/xc/nls xmkmf -a make make installThis will prevent a locale error message from being printed when you run Xlib programs.