An xfce-app-install [was: An xfce-app-finder]
stuporglue at gmail.com
Thu Apr 6 05:14:01 UTC 2006
> it allows installation of gnome/kde and 3rd party apps regardless of what
> desktop one uses and
> that should not be altered IMHO.
I agree with this. Perhaps it should be mentioned before installing or
in the documentation that installing programs from the
xfce-app-installer may install extra libraries which may slow the
system? Either way, I think the 3rd party apps should stay.
> mvo said that it is part of the 3rd party packages spec,whic means that
> after dapper people can publish dapper
> compatible debs on their sites and by updating the package list via
> dapper-updates, users can get those packages.
Cool! I hadn't heard about that.
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