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Hi to everyone. I recently was able to test a "Live" cd that was using GNUStep. I really, really liked it. What I am looking for is a complete "distribution" based on GNUStep. That appears to be the goal of this project. Is that correct?
From: Chad Hardin <cehardin@ma...> - 2004-02-28 04:33:42
That's the goal. but things have been moving quite, quite slowly.
You can still try it out though. All it involves is installing
yourself a Debian Sarge system then adding simplygnustep.com as a
Eventually (2018?), there will be an install disc with a real GNUstep
installer. Until then, you can do the above.
Sorry things move so slowly. I'm a full time college student , full
time U.S. soldier, and father. Dang kids make for slow software
On Feb 27, 2004, at 11:41 AM, dfergatl@... wrote:
> Hi to everyone. I recently was able to test a "Live" cd that was
> using GNUStep. I really, really liked it. What I am looking for is a
> complete "distribution" based on GNUStep. That appears to be the goal
> of this project. Is that correct?
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