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alright I have Slack and was looking for the same thing. I already downloaded all of the tarballs and was about to start down the list and then wondered the same thing. I found something called 'GARNOME' anybody ever heard of this. I have some expierence installing this stuff and think I could handle it but, was looking for an easier way to do it.
Does some one have any suggestions or hints for me...
Originally posted by eLinux The only thing I can think of is I was running X (RedHat's Gnome, actually) while doing this.
no, that wouldn't matter. you would just need to log out and restart X.
wass, since you run slack, you might want to try dropline gnome. just get the installer and it will install everything for you. i can't say if it will work over a non-dropline version because i've never tried that, but if it didn't you could always remove it with the installer.
I can't use Dropline on this box because it isn't a 686 chipset. Dropline upgraded the code since version 9 came out and it no longer works on the older CPU's. I learned that one the hardway... So that's why I was looking for an alternative