On 25-Nov-99 Glen Gray wrote:
>I agree entirely. Some people might object to this but I think that
>something along the lines of InstallSheild for Linux is needed. This
>should make installing packages a doddle for newbies/windows users. They
>shouldn't really need to go to a console to type a long rpm command with
Aye, nothing to it, have gnome and kde automatically register "gprm" and "krpm"
which should be installshield like interfaces to rpm, with the filetype rpm,
and ta-da there you go. Installshield for linux.
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