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Re: pure gnustep system


From: Stefan Bidi
Subject: Re: pure gnustep system
Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2012 15:00:39 -0500

The only one I know of that is still being developed is (livecd.gnustep.org).

On Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 3:43 PM, dan <address@hidden> wrote:
Are there any pure gnustep systems around?

By this, i mean something like a gnu/linux distribution, for which one
could
download an iso and install it on a partition on a (modern) 386
system, and
which would have a dock, a terminal, and other gnustep applications
installed, ready-to-use, and visible on your first login.

Of course it need not be gnu/linux, it could be some bsd derivative
or anything else.

I use ubuntu 11.04 now, and although there are a lot of good things
about it, gnustep doesn't appear to be particularly integrated into
the gui.

Maybe a better question is which gnu/linux or bsd system is best
with gnustep, but i would sure be interested in a pure play if it
existed.

Thanks in advance for any info.

dan

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