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Old 05-30-2008, 03:39 PM   #1
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How do I install Enlightenment 17 (ALL of it) on Fedora 7?

I don't want to type too much. Just like "get this".

And if and when I get Fedora 9, then.....?
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The easiest, and possibly the only viable way, to install Enlightenment DR17 is through the script. As it goes along, it will also tell you which dependency checks failed.
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How I Did It

Try it that way, it's quite a long job. Suggest you shove it all in its own directory ./configure --prefix=DirectoryName.

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