looking for hire workers on GTK 1.x
Joe Marcus Clarke
marcus at marcuscom.com
Thu Feb 5 15:04:44 PST 2004
On Thu, 2004-02-05 at 17:54, .VWV. wrote:
> I'm managing a couple of powerful CISC workstations. FreeBSD keeps all of
> the products safe on UFS filesystem. One station has only multiple ATA
> disks, the other one has SCSI disks driven by an ICP Vortex SCSI controller.
> I mustn't upgrade anything at all on these computers, running FreeBSD 4.6.2
> and 4.7.
> I have a self-styled step-style frontend for the WIN applications.
> I need a working Nautilus 1.0.6 as GTK filemanager and file prewier,
> matching the same style - GTKstep -.
> I don't trust in Linux' filesystems enough. Instead of FreeBSD 'amnesiac'
> 4.6.2 or 4.7, I could also choose Slackware 'darkstar' 8.1 or Red Hat
> 'walhalla' 7.3, having the same frontends, but I especially trust - and feel
> at home - in FreeBSD.
> I am stubborn, if Nautilus 1.0.6 runs on Linux, it must also run on FreeBSD.
It did, and could again. You just have to check out an older ports
tree. Using cvs, checkout a ports tree from July 14, 2003. That tree
should still have x11-fm/nautilus which is a working port of Nautilus
1.0.6 for FreeBSD (I know it works because I used for a long time).
Note, that is the last ports tree you can use given your current setup.
The next day, Nautilus was removed from the system in favor of the GNOME
> The GTK 1 environment has all the components needed, even if badly written
> or Linux-dedicated. I have seen the absurd amount of patches needed to
> compile on our FreeBSD clean unix.
> I'm looking for a 'hire debugger' able to fix the problems.
> With my best regards
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