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Mountain Lion doesn't include X11 any more, and XQuartz is the substitute. Having installed it, I see that XQuartz 2.7.2 installs in the non-standard (though commonly used) directory /opt. It also installs symlinks from /usr/X11 to /opt/X11.

I would prefer having XQuartz only use /usr/X11 and not create /opt/X11.

Is there a way to change the installation directory of XQuartz on Mountain Lion?

  • Any changes for /usr/X11 with XQuartz 2.7.5 and Mavericks? – Jay Lieske Feb 6 '14 at 23:31
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Get the sources and compile it yourself, setting the paths you prefer.

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