Re: Most Recent version and etc

Leonard, takes you to the Ximian website, last I checked. Also, I don't
recommend compiling Gnome from source, as this is an extremely daunting
task. There are way too many gnome modules and apps to install. The RPM
install alone is almost 120 packages. Also, I believe that there are no
Gnome tarballs available either.

Garrett Mickelson

On 24 Jan 2001 16:44:34 +0000, Leonard Smith wrote:
> Garrett,
> Is the version of GNOME at different from Ximian GNOME? Also, would
> there be a problem installing from source? Since I am relatively new to Linux I
> like working with the source code when I can because it helps me learn the system
> better.
> Leonard Smith
> Garrett Mickelson wrote:
> > Leonard,
> > I highly recommend downloading all the packages. Go to their website and
> > download page. There select Install Ximian GNOME manually, as they don't
> > have a Slackware version of the Go GNOME script. I recommend downloading
> > the Ximian GNOME Installer for Intel Computers Running Linux (Non-RH7).
> > If the installer has problems with Slackware then you will have to
> > verify that you have RPM3 installed, as these are RPM packages. I don't
> > think Ximian has any intent of creating Slackware Packages.
> >
> > Good Luck,
> > Garrett Mickelson
> >
> > On 24 Jan 2001 10:41:21 +0000, Leonard Smith wrote:
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