pkg install gnome3 not working

Sevendogsbsd

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#51
Hello. When you created directory
Code:
/usr/local/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/
just run command nvidia-xconfig. It will creates the configuration file automatically.
I know this is solved, but I believe running nvidia-xconfig is no longer recommended because it creates a single, monolithic xorg.conf which is no longer required in most cases. I believe the system will still work but this is not the recommended way to configure xorg. Handbook entry on configuring xorg
 

Ogis

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#52
which is no longer required in most cases.
You may be right, but I tried to do it manually and I couldn't. I managed to solve the problem only with nvidia-xconfig. I understand that this command creates a long and complicated configuration file, but only this way helped me.
 
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