The GNOME SlackBuild System
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Welcome to GNOME SlackBuild 3.0! (@BINARY_EDITION@) GNOME SlackBuild is a complete GNOME Desktop Environment for Slackware Linux, encompassing all the needed packages for a full, clean installation of GNOME for Slackware. It aims to provide a fully functional desktop, including a wide range of multimedia, graphics, and development tools, as well as a complete networking and office suite. Here are some versions of major components of GNOME SlackBuild: - Full GNOME Desktop @GNOME_VERSION@ - Evolution 3.0 - NetworkManager 0.9.0 - Mono C# 2.6.7 - Abiword 2.8.6 - Gnumeric 1.10.14 For installation instructions, see the file 'INSTALL.TXT' For instructions to upgrade from previous versions of GSB for Slackware, please see the 'UPGRADE.TXT'. You would still be well advised to backup your machine first if it contains any important data. For details of important changes between GSB 2.32.0 and GSB 3.0, see the 'CHANGES_AND_HINTS.TXT'. These are some of the important files and directories found on the GSB FTP site: <ftp://ftp.slackware.org.uk/gsb/gsb-2.32_slackware-13.1/> . |-- CHECKSUMS.md5 MD5 format file checksums |-- CHECKSUMS.md5.asc MD5 format file checksums, signed with gpg |-- COPYING The GNU Public License, version 2. |-- COPYING3 The GNU Public License, version 3. |-- COPYRIGHT.TXT A list copyrights used by the GNOME SlackBuild | project. |-- CREDITS A brief list of those who help with the | GSB project. |-- ChangeLog.txt Log of system changes from GSB 2.32.0 | to GSB 3.0 |-- FILELIST.TXT List of files on the GSB FTP site. |-- INSTALL.TXT Instructions on how to install GSB. |-- FAQ.TXT A list of questions commonly asked about GNOME or the | GSB project. | |-- SLACKWARE_REPLACED_PACKAGES.TXT | Packages in GSB that will replace the standard | Slackware packages. |-- README.TXT This file. :-) |-- UPGRADE.TXT Instructions on how to upgrade from GSB 2.32.0. |-- VERSIONS Target versions for GSB 3.0 | |-- extra/ This directory contains extra packages | | for GSB like MPlayer which, though they come | | with Slackware 13.37, users may prefer | | to use our verion. | | | `-- source/ Source code for the extra packages. | |-- gsb/ This directory contains all the | | software you will need for GSB 3.0. | |-- a The A (base) package series. | |-- ac The AC (accessibility) series. | |-- ad The AD (administration) series. | |-- ap The AP (applications) series. | |-- d The D (development) series. | |-- l The L (libraries) series. | |-- m The M (mono C#) series. | |-- n The N (networking) series. | `-- t The T (themes) series. | |-- pasture/ These are packages that have been removed | | from GNOME SlackBuild, but are useful enough to | | keep around. Might not be secure. | | | | Packages currently found here include: | | | `-- source/ Source code for the pasture packages. | |-- source This directory contains source code for the | | packages that are offered by the GSB project. | | It doesn't contains any source tarballs (as | | being too huge), but all the offical | | SlackBuilds used to build GSB, as well as | | slack-desc, slack-requireds, and any patches we | | use. For more information about building GSB, | | please see the 'BUILDING.TXT' | | | |-- README.TXT A basic HOWTO to use our source SlackBuilds. | |-- a/ Source code for desktop packages. | |-- ac/ Source code for accessibility packages. | |-- ad/ Source code for administration packages. | |-- ap/ Source code for applications packages. | |-- d/ Source code for development packages. | |-- l/ Source code for libraries packages. | |-- n/ Source code for networking packages. | `-- t/ Source code for themes packages. | `-- testing/ This directory contained packages being tested for possible use in future versions of GSB. As the additions will not be part of GSB the directory is shipped empty. The new features will continue development in the next gsb-current, possibly to be merged into the main tree for the next GSB cycle. For more information about GNOME SlackBuild, please visit our website: <http://gnomeslackbuild.org> Enjoy! The GNOME SlackBuild Team