Bruce A. Mah
bmah at freebsd.org
Fri Mar 18 22:51:23 PST 2005
If memory serves me right, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
> On Fri, 2005-03-18 at 19:04 -0800, Murray Stokely wrote:
> > How important is fam to GNOME. Should we add a commented out entry to
> > inetd.conf? Any comment on PR: conf/74004?
> I'll say it's critical to a user-friendly GNOME installation. Without
> FAM, you will need to restart gnome-panel each time you install new
> software, the GTK+ file chooser doesn't update dynamically nor does
> Nautilus (or anything related to the file system). I can't imagine
> actually using a GNOME installation without FAM.
Heh. Well, I did for several months, up until about an hour ago.
Amazing how much better Nautilus works now. :-)
So where should I have looked for this information?
(ports/devel/fam/pkg-message didn't do me any good...it scrolled off the
screen when I originally installed GNOME from the meta-port.)
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