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Re: run projectcenter

From: Peter Postmus
Subject: Re: run projectcenter
Date: Sun, 29 Dec 2002 16:51:27 +0100

Hi there GNUsteppers,

I have now got GNUstep up and running on a Redhat 8.0 distrubution.
To get it running i needed to make two more changes.

1) In the home directory are some GNUstep user settings in the file
  This file contains some lines about NSGlobalDomain, as below.
    NSGlobalDomain = {
        GSBackend = "libgnustep-xgps";
        "Local Time Zone" = Europe/Amsterdam;
        NSLanguages = English;
  I have replaced it by :
    NSGlobalDomain = {
  Probably some of these settings were wrong.

2) In :

  is a file called libgnustep-back. For reasons I received errors from this
  library, so I replaced it with the backend that was compiled from a clean
  RH8.0 installation. The problem probably has to do with a path setting.

I am happy now, because I finally got ProjectCenter up and running.

Thanks for the messages I received and Happy Stepping to all.


 Peter Postmus

"Adam Fedor" <address@hidden> schreef in bericht
> On Thursday, December 19, 2002, at 11:22 AM, Peter Postmus wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I try to get the GNUstep environment running, for some weeks, so I
> > will be
> > able to develop some
> >
> > software using ProjectCenter, on a Linux based system. The GNUstep
> > environment runs, but I am not able to
> >
> > run ProjectCenter. I compiled GNUstep straight from cvs sources.
> >
> [...]
> >
> > When I try to compile gnustep-xdps I get error messages as wel :
> >
> > gnustep-xdps-0.7.5]# make
> >
> If you got everything from CVS, how did you get gnustep-xdps?  I'm
> pretty sure I've erased all trace of the xdps and xgps backend. You
> shouldn't be using those. Use gnustep-back instead. See
> http://www.gnustep.org/resources/source_core.html

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