Re: Fwd: Re: [Planner Dev] MS Project 'red flag'

Actually, I was suggesting Red Hat 9 + Ximian Desktop 2, which should 
bring all the GNOME libraries up to date.  Then Mark will be able to use 
Red Carpet and not be tangled up in too much sysadmin work.

Ximian is not yet supporting Fedora.


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On Wed, 25 Feb 2004, Mikael Hallendal wrote:

> ons 2004-02-18 klockan 16.21 skrev Mark Durrenberger:
> Hi,
> > I'm getting a great deal of help from Hal Eisen (anther member of this 
> > list). He's pointed me to all the right downloads and will help with the 
> > partitioning etc. He too recommended Red Hat (9) and pointed me to the 
> > systemrescue which has a partition tool so I'm downloading now (RedHat 9 
> > disk 2 ISO is 650MB and taking about 19 hours to download disk 1 and 3 took 
> > about an hour each why the huge diff I don't know)
> Notice that Fedora Core 1 is out (successor to Red Hat Linux) which has
> newer packages than in Red Hat 9. I think this is what you want instead,
> though if you already downloaded and installed Red Hat 9 it should be
> enough to get you started on helping out on Planner (which btw, would be
> awesome).
> Cheers,
>   Mikael Hallendal
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