Re: Ximian Gnome on Woody?
I put Ximian Gnome on a box I installed about a year ago because it seemed to me to be a much nicer
desktop for a non-Unix user. However, since then, Debian Gnome has caught up and I prefer to stick
with native Debian packages where possible.
On that note, if anyone has backed out Ximian Gnome and could outline the steps, I'd appreciate it.
On 25 Nov 2001 at 20:02, jennyw wrote:
> I've seen some posts here saying that people should not install Ximian
> Gnome if they use Woody. Is there a reason why? I currently have
> Potato on a system that I'm going to upgrade to Woody at one point. I
> was thinking of installing Ximian Gnome on it in the meantime ... is
> this going to cause huge problems?
> Should I just upgrade to Woody and not even bother with Ximian in the
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