Re: GNOME on distros

This page is now online:

Thanks for the suggestions so far. Feel free to email me again directly
about any mistakes. Or if it's a an obvious fix, just change it in the
gnomeweb-wml module in cvs.

Remember, that these are instructions for installing the stable version
of GNOME - whatever stable version of GNOME is supported by that distro.
Therefore, things like the GNOME packages in debian's "experimental"
don't belong there. Arguably debian's "testing" and "unstable" don't
belong there either, but debian looks quite embarassing if we only
mention debian stable. 

On Wed, 2004-05-12 at 14:12 +0200, Murray Cumming wrote:
> I plan to put this page on, so people will know how
> to get GNOME:
> But there's lots of TODO entries there. I still don't know how people
> install GNOME on SUSE 9.1, Solaris, JDS, NetBSD, or FreeBSD. I'm looking
> for simple things they should do during or after installation to make
> GNOME their default desktop. 
> Please email me (directly only, to save list noise) with your
> suggestions.
> (It's for people who have no interest in building test versions from
> source). 
> -- 
> Murray Cumming
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