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Re: [SLE] Gnome 1.4 SuSE packages..still in fine form.
NP :) Just wanted to make sure that I was understood. I don't want to make
enemies unduely. The users on this list are very useful and an important
resource for me. It is by far the best user grp I've found. I have even
been able to help others, which is very gratifying for a new user.

Cheers. Curtis

On Monday 28 May 2001 12:31 am, Jonathan Drews wrote:
> Hi Curtis:
> No accusation intended. I really suspect the nVIDIA drivers for a
> lot of this. I know Ben is using nVIDIA. I am using nv. My GNOME
> desktop functions pretty good. However I use GMC and Sawfish. I am
> most interested in these problems as I believe these massive
> downloads of 80 Mb or more, to redo desktops are flawed. I really
> think these rpm's have to be installed in a specific order. Also
> these over the wire installs are not as good as as these the
> integrated install that is performed at the initial install. My
> reasoning is that many writers to the list have lamented the
> deficiencies of upgrades rather than a fresh install. Well a
> downloaded desktop is a kind of upgrade. It too should be prone to
> the same difficulties as a regular upgrade.
> On Monday 28 May 2001 00:28, you wrote:
> > I wasn't blasting Gnome per se, I was voicing my dislike of my
> > experience. I don't begrudge anyone using the WM they like. What
> > kills me is that If a distributors is making an update available I
> > would hope that it would improve my "computing experience" rather
> > than make this newbies life a headache. I am extremely fond of my
> > new SuSE Linux OS, I just wish I didn't have to learn the hard way
> > that their Gnome packages would wreak my fs. I was checking the
> > Gnome foundation, Ximian, and Eazel site a few times a week, but
> > nothing for SuSE 7.1. Then SuSE had 1.4 on the ftp server and I
> > though it would be a safe bet to use SuSE's port of the Gnome 1.4,
> > I was wrong.

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