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Big surprise for old Zenwalkers : I'm going to drop netpkg.
You can use it one last time : "netpkg slapt-get gslapt" and say
We only miss dependencies for now, but Stefano is working (hard please)
This Synaptic-like system is much more user-friendly and powerful, and
was requested in nearly all Zenwalk reviews.
I hope you'll enjoy
btw : I'm away for a mission for 3 days (my silly job,... I'm going to
install 2 of these reverse-proxies called "Axiliance"), Axium please
take a look at mirrors to check if new meta files (PACKAGES.TXT) are
replicated as they should
This is interesting:
Although gslapt tells me netpkg is not installed, it is because I can still run it on the command line. Not only that, but when I start netpkg this way it says (varies depending on mirror chosen)
Checking for network connectivity, please wait...
Checking for availability of the dependency file on http://download.zenwalk.org/ i486/current/packages
Checking for availability of the description file on http://download.zenwalk.org /i486/current/packages
then it opens its own window.
Last edited by AtomicAmish; 09-28-2006 at 09:57 AM.
I tried zenwalk live cd and it was simple kool. I loved the distro. Thanks to all developers and supports as well. I never worked on xfce b4, but now realised how amazing it is. Any ways ill be installing zenwalk 3 soon. I think zenwalk live cd lacks multimedia applications by default. Anyways its kool distro.
Hats off to all of you there. keepup the good work.