Re: What is the difference between Gnome and Ximian?
Yes, thank you. Very good answer(s) to the question.
Thank you to everyone who replied.
On Fri, 2002-03-22 at 12:45, Scott Henson wrote:
> 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
> > Gnome?
> 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.
> -Peace kid
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