Linux Orbit: GnomeHack 1.0.5 Review
Jun 24, 2000, 13:55 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Installing GnomeHack is about as simple as you can get.
Currently, there are no binaries available or packages, so you'll
need a C compiler. If you're running Linux and you don't have
a compiler, go and get gcc IMMEDIATELY."
"The only problems you might encounter will be libraries you
don't have on your Linux system. If you have recent versions (less
than a year old) of GNOME and the GIMP installed already, you
probably have the necessary libraries installed. However, if you're
one of those types that just HAVE to know what libraries are needed
before you install something, here they are..."
"If you're running an older version of Linux without GNOME, then
you'll have a few more hoops to jump through than I did. Remember,
the name of the game is GNOMEHack, if you don't like GNOME, go play
regular old Nethack. (GnomeHack will run under KDE, but obviously,
GNOME has to be installed.)"