I downloaded sawmill 0.22 in tarball format.
Also downloaded in RPM format the following:
Installed them before extracting the tarball in /tmp
did a ./configure and make followed by make install.
and robert was your mothers brother.
To finish it off I started X (gnome and enlightenment on RH6.1)
Went to the configurator and sawmill was now an option for the
Easier than I thought, the miracle was that it was the first
thing that ever compiled for me other than the kernel,
which makes me love it more!!
From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of Mark
Sent: 22 February 2000 19:05
To: Ronny Bangsund
Cc: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Sawmill themes
Could you do a small favour and explain the 'miracle' because I've only
managed to get halfway there. Was it an RPM?
On Mon, 21 Feb 2000, Ronny Bangsund wrote:
> --- Robert <sweetr at eircom.net> wrote:
> > Just downloaded and by some miracle managed to
> > install sawmill
> > on RedHat 6.1, but I downloaded a few new themes, but
> > where do I install them to?
> If you've installed it in /usr, you'll find the path
> /usr/share/sawmill/0.24/themes. Similar for /usr/local.
>> There's also a themes directory under sawmill/, but I
> prefer keeping things tidy, and the other one worked.
>> Lovely windowmanager. Doesn't try to do more than what
> I need. Yum.
>> > checked the Readme's but no clue.
> Complain! Tell the author! It'll help :)
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