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I'm forwarding this to gramps-devel list.=20
On 08/23/2004 01:16:14 PM, Peter Landgren wrote:
> Yesterday I dowloaded and installed gramps-1.0.7-1mdk.i586.rpm.
> Before I did it, I read the information at=20
> how to download and install on a Mandrake Linux.
> However this did not work, so I just run the rpm and everything installed=
> itself witout any problem. Maybe the information on the web-page should=20
> shange. I have Mandrake 10.0.
The problem with older Mandrake releases was that some critical libs
(gnome-related) were either incomplete or mis-named. From your
experience, it seems that it is no longer the case.
Were there any packages that you had to install (other than those
installed by default) in order to get gramps to work?
Other Mandrake10 users: what did you need to tweak to get
stable gramps to work?
Alexander Roitman http://ebner.neuroscience.umn.edu/people/alex.html
Dept. of Neuroscience, Lions Research Building
2001 6th Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455
Tel (612) 625-7566 FAX (612) 626-9201
> Other Mandrake10 users: what did you need to tweak to get
> stable gramps to work?
I've never had a problem getting stable to work under the last few Mandrake
releases, but then, I install a lot of development files just for the hell of
it. So I missed out on whatever the problem may have been.
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