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Re: NetBSD desktop work
On 3 June 2012 01:34, Jeremy C. Reed <reed%reedmedia.net@localhost> wrote:
> (This list has not been used for a while.)
> A few weeks ago I started working on setting up a desktop based on ideas
> from Lubuntu (and its use of LXDE).
> I made a few wiki pages about it:
> We have been using it for a couple weeks at home. It still needs lots of
> work but is mostly usable.
Nice work :-). I'm using it in NetBSD 6.0Beta2.But it seems that all gtk+ based
apps cause core dump (*.core) in $HOME, even it seems run fine, eg,xchat,
> Maybe the fastest way to try it is:
> # for file monitoring for desktop icons
> cd /usr/pkgsrc/devel/glib2
> make PKG_OPTIONS.glib2=kqueue install # I used replace
> # meta package
> cd /usr/pkgsrc/wip/light-desktop
> make DEPENDS_TARGET=bin-install # fetch available packages, build rest
> And for X run: start-netbsd-light-desktop
> You can do this in Xnest or in Xephyr for testing (or replace your
> ~/.xinitrc or ~/.xsession).
Yes, I use Debian GNU/L
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