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Old 27th July 2008
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To elaborate on jggimis post,

Originally Posted by OpenBSD FAQ
Another common failure is a missing X11 installation. Even if the port you try to build has no direct dependency on X11, a subpackage of it or its dependencies may require X11 headers and libraries. Building ports on systems without X11 is not supported, so if you insist on doing so, you are on your own to figure it out. For many ports, there are, however, "no_x11" flavored packages available, which you can install without needing X11 on your system.

jggimi does know what he is talking about, you should listen to him ;-)

As far as packages and your curiosity go, if you could explain a bit more about what you are setting up, I might give it a go on my OpenBSD 4.3 machine -- which runs without X and packages only.
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