Minimal Gnome System

Tony Godshall tg at of.net
Mon Dec 3 11:28:48 PST 2001


You might try using http://packages.debian.org as a resource.
While you are not using debian itself, they do track
dependencies very well and encode them into the .deb package
format.  It may not apply perfectly to lfs but it may be a
start.

On Sat, Dec 01, 2001 at 03:00:25AM +0530, Naitik Shah wrote:
> I've been trying to build a decent gnome system for quite a while, and after 
> all combinations, I've decided that WindowMaker and minimal gnome, or 
> blackbox and gnome would be the best combination. I like blackbox cause it 
> uses almost no graphics anywhere. I was wondering if anyone's managed to get 
> such a system running. All I need is abiword, gnumeric, dia, galeon, 
> evolution, nautilaus. The rest of the stuff i need doesnt need gnome. I'm 
> hoping someone's make a system with this stuff, if you could tell me what 
> each of these need's, like the bare miniminum for all of these to run. I 
> stress 'bare minimum' cause I dont wanna get useless stuff on.
> 
> (This is the 6th LFS system I'm building in the last 2 months and I'm still 
> learning!!... LFS rules)
> 
> Thanks
> Naitik.
> 
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