my kde packages
I packaged the latest KDE snapshots as debian packages.
I have some questions about it:
- should the libraries go into /usr/X11R6/lib or /usr/lib?
Currently it's in /usr/lib, because this is default, since
/usr is my prefix. But since the binaries are in /usr/X11R6,
I thought, it may be an option to use this for the libs too.
If it doesn't matter, I leave them in /usr/lib
- Can /usr/bin/editor really point to a pure X11 editor or is
this link just for console editors?
- most KDE applications come with a big icon (32x32) and a mini
icon (16x16). For the menu system I use currently the big icon,
since some applications don't have a mini icon.
The problem is, that fvwm95 looks just strange, if you add big
icons to the menu. Are there any standards for the icon size
in the menu system?
- where can I upload really experimental debian packages? I don't
think, that my packages are ready for prime time, so I would
prefer to have some "mentors" to have a look at them, before
I upload them regualary. Currently I have them under
http://www.informatik.mu-luebeck.de/~kulow/kde/debian/, if some-
one is interested.
This brings me to another question:
- Can I create debian packages as a user? I've heared about something
called fakeroot, but couldn't find it so far, so I create them while
beeing root. I would even prefer to create them using a user's prefix
instead of the later used. How would I do this?
In a thousand years, there will be no men and women, just wankers.
And that's fine by me. * Trainspotting
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