Re: .Xdefaults or .Xsession ( Test-post)
Thanks Dmitriy, for responding to this message:-)
seeing that this list generates a lot of traffic, I'll try not to post
too many messages myself :-)
Dmitriy <email@example.com> writes:
> On Fri, Oct 12, 2001 at 02:21:04AM +0200, Josef Oswald wrote:
> > Hi all:-)
>> First off I would like to thank all those people who made Debian to
>> what it is now :-) Right now I do use Progeny-Debian, and I like what
>> I see.
>> A couple of questions though:
>> Which version ofg Debian does Progeny use, can I install or mix
>> packages from different distributions?
> Progenny AFAIK took an unstable branch back when it was still called
> woody ( if I am not messing up on chronology here), did some work on
> it , and released. I would not recommend mixing progeny and and
> unstable/testing. You can probably upgrade from progeny to unstable/testing.
> I never used progeny, so I don't know if it will work out well.
>> Does Debian use .Xdefaults or Xsession as the X-Configuration file?
> Depends on what you mean by X-Configuration file, because they have
> different uses.
> Progeny and debian should be similar, becase chief X guy, Branden,
> works (at least worked) at Progeny, and does a splendid job on X
>> Did this message make it to the list?
> yes :-)
>> Actually this is also a Test-post to see if my News-reader (Gnus) does
>> work properly :-)
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The box said Windows, NT or better, so I installed Linux :-)