Re: [parisc-linux] GNOME 1.4
Alan Cox wrote:
> The setup I use so I get a 'real desktop' not just old style X window
> mangler is xfce for the desktop with the rox filer on top for the file
> mangler, icon dock etc.
rox filer isn't available pre-built for hppa.
"dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot -uc -us" died with:
checking that libgtk2.0-dev (version >= 2.0.1) is installed... no
configure: error: Package is not installed
while on my system "dpkg -l libgtk\*" says:
ii libgtk2.0-0 2.0.2-5woody1 The GTK+ graphical user interface library
ii libgtk2.0-comm 2.0.2-5woody1 Common files for the GTK+ graphical user int
ii libgtk2.0-dbg 2.0.2-5woody1 The GTK+ libraries and debugging symbols
ii libgtk2.0-dev 2.0.2-5woody1 Development files for the GTK+ library.
Latest source depot's are below in case someone wants to beat rox config
tools into submission:
deb http://www.janw.easynet.be/rox/ developer/
deb-src http://www.janw.easynet.be/rox/ developer/
(one might try "stable/" instead of "developer/")
> I'd guess it would be very nice on an ancient parisc box too because
> they pa boxes probably have better I/O
I was thinking xfce is a window manager but it's not:
xfce is an easy-to-use and easy-to-configure toolbar for X11. Features
pulldown menus with color icons, 3D widgets, etc. It's designed to
work with XFwm, (window manager shipped with xfce)
It works on fine on my B180...but I didn't try it with XFwm as reccomended.
fvwm was still running...I'll try it again with XFwm.