Re: [Re: [Re: selecting a window manager (for newbies)]]
- From: Anthony Richardella <zorc3 netscape net>
- To: Hugo Gayosso <gnuhg myrealbox com>,Anthony Richardella <zorc3 netscape net>
- Cc: Sean Murphy <murphy erim-int com>,Rich Rudnick <nickrud citlink net>,"gnome-list gnome org" <gnome-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [Re: [Re: selecting a window manager (for newbies)]]
- Date: 20 Apr 00 19:13:17 PDT
Thanks, I got sawmill to work.
The fact that none of those libraries were installed probably had something to
do with it not working. :) (I never found rep-gtk-gnome but it seems to work
without it.) Is sawmill really written in Lisp? <shudder>
Anyway, thanks for the pointers.
Hugo Gayosso <email@example.com> wrote:
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Anthony Richardella <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I'm not really bothered by this but seeing that the topic come up...
> I installed sawmill 0.24-3 on Redhat6.2 but it can't get it to run thru the
> Gnome control center. It will not start before the operation times out. How
> can I try to start it from the command line so I can see any error
Did you also upgrade:
I would recommend that you go and upgrade everything related to sawmill.
Once I did an upgrade of a RH6.1 machine using the 6.2 CD, and even
when I had a newer version of sawmill and the other packages, the CD
"upgraded" them to a lower version, producing that effect that you are
describing. I am not sure, but I think that it didn't "downgraded"
sawmill, only librep, but anyway.
So, I upgraded all the related packages by hand and everything was
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