Where to download from??

Kiss Miska
  • Kiss Miska

    Kiss Miska - 2003-12-11

    I am new here, but anyway.

    I just can not find any files here to download.
    I desperatly want to try this software.

    Please help

    • Chad Hardin

      Chad Hardin - 2003-12-12

      SimplyGNUstep is now Debian based.

      Until we have our own install disc what you do is install a Debian "Sarge" distro.
      You can (soon) get that disc image at http://gluck.debian.org/cdimage/testing/netinst/
      The server is down right now though.

      When the install is done, you need to manually set up the repository source to DL the packages.

      I will gladly help you when you get to that point.

      See http://www.google.com/url?sa=U&start=1&q=http://www.osnews.com/story.php%3Fnews_id%3D4818&e=7415 for more info


    • Kiss Miska

      Kiss Miska - 2003-12-13

      When will this install disc be ready to download do you think?


    • Kiss Miska

      Kiss Miska - 2003-12-20

      I finally got the debian sarge up and running with windowmaker. (I am not a linux guru but this sarge netinstall is a nightmare-terribly bad installer).
      I also did the apt-get install sgstep-meta-user and developer commands.
      And what's next? Sorry to trouble you but either I did something wrong or the install process because all of the stuff are now in the / directory instead of under /usr/.. something.
      Also the openapp command won't work. When I try to run an app from it's dir it would not run and would complain about not finding fonts and then they exit.

      Any suggestions?


      • Chad Hardin

        Chad Hardin - 2003-12-22

        First of all, it installs all the GNUstep stuff in /, that is ok.  All the apps should be in /Applications.

        Also, the install scripts should have made it so that /System/Library/Makefiles/GNUstep.sh is executed when you login.  It should have added this to /etc/profile.

        That GNUstep.sh script must be run before GNUstep can be used.  If you need to, you can run it your self by executing "source /System/Library/Makefiles/GNUstep.sh".

        After that openapp should work.  Try "openapp GWorkspace.app"

        hope that helps, feel free to ask more questions if you need to!


    • Larry Coleman

      Larry Coleman - 2004-01-04

      I just updated my sources.list file and did an apt-get update. I'm getting 404 errors for both the binary and source package lists. Is there an alternate site?


      Larry Coleman


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