Re: How to upgrade to a newer version of GNOME?

Thanks for all your help.
Now I install fedora 4 to my machine. Can you please tell me how can I install gnome 2.12 on top of fedora 4? I think fedora 4 only comes with 2.10.

Yes, I did try the live cd demo. But I want to use gnome 2.12 for real. how can I do that?

Thank you.

On 9/9/05, Geoffrey <esoteric 3times25 net> wrote:
Michael Vanderford wrote:
> IMHO. If your going to have to install another version then I would
> consider UBUNTU.
> It's based on Debian so you will have to reformat  your drive but in the
> long run I think its a better choice.

I would hardly suggest to someone who is trying to upgrade gnome to
change distros.  There is a level of expertise expected in making such a
change.  Depending on how old a release of Red Hat it is, there are
various solutions.  Maybe Samuel can tell us what release of Red Hat
he's on.  If it's too old, it's not an easy thing to upgrade just Gnome.

Until later, Geoffrey
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