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This release is probably one of the best releases done up to today, at least at first sight I can say that the desktop is really stable.
All this was possible thanks two 2 big developers who lost a lot of time building and fixing the packages:
Mr. Eugen Wissner and Mr. Bart Van Der Hall
My personal thanks to them for their great work. I can also say that also other people was involved in this release and we all are really thankful to all of you.
That’s it, please test the release and report whatever you find wrong.
From now on we will concentrate on updating the packages and fixing bugs. We will start cleaning up what is wrong and creating a unified default theme. After we fix most of that stuff we can quickly do BETA stage and after that RC.
If you feel that there is not a program shipped which could benefit all of us speak now and step up, BETA stage will be only for fixing bugs and no new programs will be added.
That’s it, test, test, test, and report !
The dropline GNOME development team
People, you realize you install this and you turn your beautiful Slackware into a mutated Ubuntu, right?
This error has nothing to do with dropline-installer, but with some missing library on your not clean os install. To be honest this is because dropline-installer trys to check for some libs with running ldconfig, and since this lib is missing on your system ldconfig gives you back this error.
As you can see the dep libs on this line you will see that there is not such a library required to run dropline-installer. See below: