Re: Bugs in default GNOME etch?
Le mardi 16 janvier 2007 à 02:46 +0100, Luca Capello a écrit :
> Is there a practical reason for requesting xpm icons? No need to
> explain if an answer already exists, but I cannot find it.
This is because some menu systems don't understand other formats.
> 4) evince doesn't appear by default on the GNOME Applications list (it
> happened on three different installations). Maybe it's not the
> only one, but I cannot find any others.
IIRC this is intentional, as evince is a viewer that should only invoked
from programs that have something to view (nautilus, epiphany,
> 6) gnome-panel gives an .xsession-errors because "Unable to open
> desktop file epiphany.desktop for panel launcher". This is normal
> as epiphany isn't installed by default, but I'd suggest to install
> the firefox.desktop instead.
Epiphany is not installed by default? If this is the case, I consider it
a very important bug in debian-installer.
Looking at the gnome-desktop task, it installs gnome-desktop-environment
and firefox-gnome-support. Besides, gnome-desktop-environment depends on
epiphany-browser | gnome-www-browser, the latter being provided by
firefox-gnome-support. In this case, I don't know what aptitude does,
but if epiphany doesn't get installed in the end this is *wrong*. The
GNOME desktop as a whole is configured to use epiphany, which has decent
desktop integration, which firefox/iceweasel has not.
Can anyone in debian-boot confirm that the aptitude behaviour leads to
epiphany not being installed? If this the case, what solution would you
suggest? (The obvious solution of not installing the ugly
firefox/iceweasel and confusing users with two browsers having been
repeatedly refused by the d-i team.)
> 7) why still Gnomemeeting by default instead of Ekiga (which AFAIK is
> the default VoIP client since GNOME 2.14)?
This should be fixed in meta-gnome2 1:220.127.116.11.
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