Re: Is gnome-core-1.1.2 safe for the "ordinary" gnome user now?
- From: Nils Philippsen <nils wombat dialup fht-esslingen de>
- To: Paul Johnson <pauljohn ukans edu>
- cc: "gnome-list gnome org" <gnome-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Is gnome-core-1.1.2 safe for the "ordinary" gnome user now?
- Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 23:23:22 +0100 (CET)
On Mon, 31 Jan 2000, Paul Johnson wrote:
> The announcement of gnome-core-1.1.2 did not have warnings for users.
> It does not say "avoid this unless you are a developer" or "this is
> still preliminary, don't try it unless you are determined".
Hmm, from my experience it works. And it has nice new toys to play with
> Does that mean it is OK for regular users to jump in? Perhaps it is
> unspoken that ordinary users ought to wait for gnome-1.2?
> On the off chance that 1.1.2 is intended for regular users, can somebody
> answer me these questions.
> 1. What is the upgrade path for me to get to gnome-core-1.1.2 and
Build then install new gnome-core, build and install
gnome-applets. Preferably from "out of X" (console), you don't know what
you might draw away from under your feet ;-).
> In particular, do I have to install any new modules, such as that bonobo
> thing, whatever thing is?
> 2. If somebody has RPMS of these necessary things that will install on
> RedHat 6.1, will you please share with me. I have compiled gnome before,
> know it is time consuming and appreciate your time and effort. I've
> been frustrated in the past that the spec file provided in many gnome
> packages is not the "correct" one to build RPMS for RedHat, and if
> somebody has already sweated those details, I'd appreciate having the
> benefit of your experience.
Mailed it directly to you, didn't want to spam the list.
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