Re: Work-Needing and Prospective Packages for Debian GNU/Linux
>>>>> "Steve" == Steve Kostecke <email@example.com> writes:
>> Steve, you can have it, if you like; I learned from
>> repackageing it, perhaps you'll get something from it too. Let
>> me know.
Steve> All of this for such a small package... If you've already
Steve> done the work you might as well keep it. Please forward
Steve> the first part of this message to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell
Steve> them you are adopting the package from me.
I'd rather just let you take it. You can ftp a tarfile of it from:
(please, Steve only. This ISN'T a public server. It's my home computer.)
... this is everything for the debian package, and the original
pristine sources (I assume.) that I got from ftp.debian.org. I'll
leave the line on so you can get it; don't expect blazing speed, it's
across a 33.6 from the net.
The last release I made has an error. I missed installing the rcN.d
symlinks, so it doesn't get run on startup. I hope you can fix that.
I've added an icon and a menu entry, along with a wrapper script so
there's now a Games/Toys menu that will display the penguin.
I tried to put this under CVS, but it's not working. It causes cvs
to dump core. I think it's because the files got created under DOS,
and all have ^M line endings. I didn't convert it because it would
change every line of every file, and the diff would be twice as big
as the pristine sources.
Have fun, I hope you learn a lot from this.
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