[Fedora-electronic-lab-list] fel10 or f10 or sl5.4

g geleem at bellsouth.net
Mon Feb 16 22:46:45 UTC 2009

Chitlesh GOORAH wrote:

> All FEL apps comes only from official fedora repositories. You don't
> have to do any additional configurations upon a default fedora
> install.

more easy life. :)

>> after a quick scanning and searching scientific linux site, i did not find
>> reference to fel.

> All FEL relevant articles or packages are solely in the Fedora
> environment. Thereby, you won't see fel rpm packages on other
> distributions, unless they create it for you.

understood. word i used was 'reference' as i was looking just for any
mention. not packages them selves.

> The design tools are independent of KDE4. However some GUI might
> require KDE4/QT4 libs, such as QtOctave.

to further clarify my questioning, i was wondering if any of tools
can be called from cl and not have to go thru kde. this would cut
down on memory usage and all more memory for tools.

or put another way, will any tools run outside of kde?

again, i thank you for your response.

peace out.



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