"The GNOME Installation Guide was written to help
unfamiliar users install a stable GNOME system that includes more
than the default applications. It teaches readers how to compile
GNOME on their own instead of installing precompiled packages. It
also covers installation of extra GNOME programs, both those hosted
by the GNOME project and those which are not."
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