RE: What is the difference between Gnome and Ximian? - UNSUBSCRIBE
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From: Scott Henson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2002 2:46 PM
Subject: Re: What is the difference between Gnome and Ximian?
On Fri, 2002-03-22 at 09:45, Randolph S. Kahle wrote:
> If I install Woody, it appears that I get an installation of Gnome.
> I am also not able to get Ximian Gnome to install on Woody. (Using
> either of the two methods -- script and *.deb packages).
> What is the difference between the Woody supplied Gnome and Ximian
Having used both, ximian gnome is slightly more polished and the woody
gnome. Ximian gnome was made for potato. Thus it will not install
cleanly on a woody system. IMHO using ximian gnome on a potato system
was definately worth it because potato gnome was just so bad, but on a
woody system, the standard gnome packages are great and you really would
no notice the difference. I would just install the debian gnome
packages if you are using woody. I hope I answered your question.
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