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Re: best OS for using gnustep on tiBook?

From: Larry Coleman
Subject: Re: best OS for using gnustep on tiBook?
Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2002 07:00:07 -0400

On Friday 30 August 2002 14:45, Jim McLoughlin wrote:
> Hi folks
> I've been playing around with gnustep in windowmaker on freebsd, lurking
> here for a while.  Just ordered a powerbook as I'm itching to use Mac OSX,
> but would also like to create a seprate partition to continue working in
> windowmaker/gnustep.  Ideally this will allow me to design any
> cocoa/objective C work so that I maximize reuse on both platforms
> (separating foundation vs. GUI code).
> I assume other folks are tryign this kind of dual setup on the Mac
> platform, so what OS do you recommend?  I'm trying to decide between:
> Debian
> Yellow Dog Linux
> Darwin
> Which do you guys recommend?  Any links to how-tos on this kind of setup
> greatly appreciated...
> cheers
> Jim McLoughlin
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Yellow Dog Linux also works. I didn't have to do anything differently than 
under SuSE except for the boot script.

Larry Coleman

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