Re: Lothar project
i dont think this kind of tool should be X oriented. At least we should
have a console app for people who dont want to run X.
it's probably easy to rip code from this project to start and then create
a nice console interface.
then if needed, we should create a nice gui (gnome or kde), but i think
this tool is usefull at the first time of a debian install. So dont think
X will be installed and maybe a X install app is too much for our needs.
it's just my opinion, but the idea of lothar is great :).
On Sat, 24 Apr 1999, Sami Dalouche wrote:
> But the Desktop Manager is KDE and Debian doesn't have KDE package (It's better like this). So Debin could make another project :
> glothar wich includes gnome instead of KDE
> On Fri, Apr 23, 1999 at 09:51:25AM -0400, Brian Schramm wrote:
> > Sticking with the idea of making Linux (Debian) easier to install, has any of
> > the Debian geniuses looked at the Lothar Project? I think it would be easy to
> > start putting into that project and get the Debian distribution better for it. I
> > am not that good of a programmer but I know that Debian has the best
> > programmers on the team.
> > So, what is the thought on that? Maybe Corel could even step into it? Who
> > knows. I think it would benefit Debian to have full hardware sensing in it.
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