On 6/27/06, Abrolag <abrolag@users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
On Fri, 23 Jun 2006 11:51:02 +1000
"Lucas Hazel" <lucas.hazel@gmail.com> wrote:

> On 6/23/06, Abrolag < abrolag@users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
> >
> > Some time back, someone posted complaining of severe instability in
> > OroboROX. I was very surprised as I've been running v 0.9.7.9 since it
> > came out, without a sniff of a problem (under Mdk 10.1).
> >
> > Recently I did a quick install on a new machine to see how it would
> > behave, still using Mdk 10.1 but for laziness I decided to use ROXall.
> >
> > Now I understand the problem :( It takes very little to crash OroboROX.
> > Opera 8.5 cannot run at all, Open Office 2.0 crashes it under various
> > circumstances and it just falls over for no apparent reason. The rest
> > of ROX seems the be OK, but I now don't know how to change window
> > managers to see if others have the same problems.
>
>
>
> Remove all the Oroborox interfaces, restart rox session, it will try  to
> install Oroborox, instead of OK, Canel then you can choose your own WM

In the end I found it simpler to do a non ZeroInstall compilation. I
now have OroboROX fully stable again. I would be interested to know
just what it is that causes the problem. Is it in fact OroboROX itself,
or is it some interfacing problem?

I tend to stear clear of 0install aswell, as I use a diverse collection of systems, {Net,Free,Open}BSD, Linux, i686, amd64, sparc, ppc all with the same shared home direcory. But then I guess 0install isn't really aimed ad users like myself..if only everything was written in python :) then it would be a viable option.