Gnome fehlt...

Dackel

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Nachdem ich nur die erste CD installiert hatte, wollte ich Gnome als Desktop wählen, aber als ich zu der Liste kam, war dieser nicht drin.

Meine Vermutung: gNOME ist auf der 2 CD.
 

chb

Steirer
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ja nur ich würde zu www.droplinegnome.org raten, weil Slackware eigentlich Gnome entfernt hat aus der Distribution
 

Gronau

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Removed from -current, and turned over to community support and
distribution. I'm not going to rehash all the reasons behind this, but it's
been under consideration for more than four years. There are already good
projects in place to provide Slackware GNOME for those who want it, and
these are more complete than what Slackware has shipped in the past. So, if
you're looking for GNOME for Slackware -current, I would recommend looking at
these two projects for well-built packages that follow a policy of minimal
interference with the base Slackware system:

http://gsb.sf.net
http://gware.sf.net

There is also Dropline, of course, which is quite popular. However, due to
their policy of adding PAM and replacing large system packages (like the
entire X11 system) with their own versions, I can't give quite the same sort
of nod to Dropline. Nevertheless, it remains another choice, and it's _your_
system, so I will also mention their project:

http://www.dropline.net/gnome/

Please do not incorrectly interpret any of this as a slight against GNOME
itself, which (although it does usually need to be fixed and polished beyond
the way it ships from upstream more so than, say, KDE or XFce) is a decent
desktop choice. So are a lot of others, but Slackware does not need to ship
every choice. GNOME is and always has been a moving target (even the
"stable" releases usually aren't quite ready yet) that really does demand a
team to keep up on all the changes (many of which are not always well
documented). I fully expect that this move will improve the quality of both
Slackware itself, and the quality (and quantity) of the GNOME options
available for it.

Folks, this is how open source is supposed to work. Enjoy. :-)
(von http://www.slackware.com/changelog/current.php?cpu=i386)
 

Fisch

Flossentier
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Naja, ich finds schon irgendwie ein bißchen schade, auch wenn ich persönlich sowieso in der Regel Dropline Gnome oder XFCE einsetze. Gut, daß es die Alternativen Dropline, gsb und gware gibt, kann ich da nur sagen.
 

DennisM

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aber ich verstehe nicht wieso dropline viele nicht mit gnome verbundene systemprogramme austauscht kann mir das einer erklären :)

MFG

Dennis
 

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