Applications for FC4
lux at diesel-research.com
Mon Nov 15 03:57:40 UTC 2004
With the advent of inexpensive DVD drives, why do we care how many disks
it takes ? I guess the big thing is the required bandwidth for
downloading the iso image...
I'm playing the role of human cdrom changer at the moment as I upgrade
and change the packages on an FC3 installation. I think we'll be
upgrading most of our machines to have a cdrw/dvd drive in the near
future. One of the worst things about the old cdrom drives is that they
won't read a cdrw (nor write one for that matter).
On Sun, 2004-11-14 at 22:51 -0500, Temlakos wrote:
> Well, I'm a Gnome man myself. As long as Fedora distributes with both
> Gnome and KDE, why not include both Anjuta and kdevelop? (Though I know
> what you mean about the project-import problem. I tried importing an
> existing project into a new installation of Anjuta. Finally I created a
> new project, copied my include and source files into the appropriate
> directories, and rebuilt the whole thing. Hey--it worked.)
> I realize that we're likely to expand Fedora Core 4 to fill up all four
> disks and maybe even break into a fifth disk. But, hey--some distros out
> there have as many as six.
> And at the risk of going from the sublime to the ridiculous, why not
> include a real minimalist desktop, like Ice?
> And why doesn't Fedora include WINE?
> One last thing--I have a client whose biggest lament is that he can't
> get onto AOL except by using a browser. How about reviving the Penggy
> project to create a proper AOL client? (I already checked: WINE can't
> run the Windows AOL client. Somebody tried, and it blew up. It's all
> that stuff that AOL's installer puts into the protocol stack.)
> On Sun, 2004-11-14 at 20:41 -0700, Kim Lux wrote:
> > I think the new kdevelop is better than anjuta. With kdevelop you can
> > import existing projects.
> > I agree with the package manager comments.
Kim Lux (Mr.) Diesel Research Inc
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