On Wed, 2002-08-14 at 14:19, Mario Vukelic wrote:
> On Wed, 2002-08-14 at 19:36, wires wrote:
> > nautilus &
> > icewm-gnome &
> > panel
> no. .xinitrc should read
> exec gnome-session
true but you have to make sure you have gnome-session installed.
> Then you can start X+Gnome with startx. You'll get a default session
> with most common stuff running.
> If it works and if you want to have a graphical login, install gdm. It
> lets you choose gnome as a Session type from the menu.
> If you do a
> apt-cache search gnome
Maybe go through tasksel instead. But the desktop task will include a
KDE as well. Maybe go in there and look at the help. It will tell you
what packages will be installed. Or even better:
apt-cache search gnome | grep -v lib | grep gnome | less
That should tell you what there is to be gotten.
> on the command line, you should get most gnome packages listed,
> apt-cache show <packagename> gives mor info, then install with apt-get.
I would acctually suggest:
apt-get install icewm-gnome nautilus gnome
This should give you a basic gnome system then pull in all the
recommends(or is that suggests or both?).
> Standard Gnome window manager for gnome 1.4 is sawfish, so you want that
> too (or rather, sawfish-gnome)
IceWM is much better than sawfish (IMHO).
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- Re: Gnome
- From: Mario Vukelic <email@example.com>