- From: Toshio Kuratomi <badger prtr-13 ucsc edu>
- To: "gnome-list gnome org" <gnome-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: rpms
- Date: Tue, 14 Apr 1998 17:43:37 -0700
On Tue, 14 Apr, 1998 at 02:18:18AM -0700, fractture set free these words:
> Mark Galassi wrote:
> > fractture> I notice that on the getting started area, it directs
> > fractture> you directly to rpms, not only that, but RH5 rpms, wich
> > fractture> will not run on slackware. This doesn't seem like the
> > fractture> best of plans.
> > The RPMs are only one of the ways of tackling the complexity of
> > getting started with GNOME. They do make it quite easy, so we mention
> > them.
> > But the real method is to go to the source, via the anonymous CVS
> > repository. That should work for all linux distributions.
I think redhat is also providing daily snapshots of the CVS source in
> Actually I was more or less referring to non-gnome packages that are
> needed, like umb-scheme...which I have not found yet.
Hmmm... That is a problem. Mail the page maintainer and get a link to the
slib library. (which is what umb-scheme is.) Can find it at
badger \"The Difference between today and yesterday is not so much what has
@prtr-13 \ changed between then and now as what I hope to change by tomorrow."
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