From: Liam Bedford (lbedford at domain wbtsystems.com)
Date: Fri 28 May 1999 - 10:25:04 IST
In message <002001bea882$6cf03910$1d92cbc1 at domain jmbpc>, "Jonathan Bruce" writes:
>I want to install Linux on my machine at home. My problem is that I can't
>decide which Linux to use. ! I want to be able to your the GNOME desktop so
>does this limit me to Redhat ?
>Your opinions please !
At the moment, the only distribution which comes with Gnome as standard is
RH 6.0 (apart from some of the more esoteric ones).
However, there is no problem installing SuSE/Debian and then building the gnome
sources, assuming you're comfortable with that. AFAIK the rpm's will work with
SuSE, but I don't think any debian packages are finished for gnome yet.
You will find if you go to gnome.org once a month there's a new version of
most of it out there <g>
-- Liam Bedford System Administrator WBT Systems Phone: 01 4170153 Block 2, Harcourt St, Dublin 2
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