XFree86 writes over the /usr/X11R6/bin/X link, automatically
changing the default X server. For users who are not using
XFree86, this creates a lot of confusion. In my case, I
have autorpm automatically upgrading RH errata, and XFree86
is not configured(I'm using Accel-X), so X suddenly broke.
1) Could this link only be made on an install (rpm -i)
and not an upgrade (rpm -U) ?
2) Could this link only be made if the link does not
I think (2) would be best. At any rate, it should be smart
enough that if the link exists and points to a non-XFree86
server, it does not write over it.
if accel-X doesn't use Xwrapper, that is their packaging issue, not ours.
Dealing with this special case will be difficult, to say the least, and will
probably result in far more bug reports from people who it may potentially fail
for who use XFree86 rather than Accel-X. We have to provide the best solution
for the majority.
I'd talk to XIG about this.