mkpkg is a small toolkit for automatically building Slackware or OpenLab packages. It should work on most packages that contain a makefile. It follows Slackware standards and is intended to build packages acceptable for linuxpackages.net. After you type the description, it generates a correctly formatted slack-desc file and logs configure options.
OpenLab is the oldest African-developed GNU/Linux distribution. Started in 2001, it has built up a well-deserved reputation for ease-of-use, innovation, and user-oriented design. It was originally developed as a niche solution for the education sector, but has grown into a complete desktop operating system well suited to the home desktop, small business, and many other environments. Developed using principles from extreme programming, with constant involvement of a wide-range of participants in the process with frequent re-evaluation of designs, OpenLab is an innovative, vibrant, and above all fun platform that continuously evolves to meet the real needs of the desktop market.
OutKafe is a next-generation Internet cafe management suite. It was forked from ZybaCafe with the aim of ultimately replacing all proprietary parts with completely free components. It includes a server-side administration suite as well as clients for managing time control on machines. A powerful plugin architecture allows for easy extensibility and integration with other tools such as accounting packages and CRM systems.
KDE3TO4 is a wizard implemented as a set of modular bash scripts to help users migrating from KDE3 to KDE4 by easily migrating settings for various applications from their old KDE3 settings directory to their new KDE4 settings directory. It requires that you keep the two directories in separate locations. The modular design makes it easy for anybody to add support for any application. On average, the amount of work for a given application is very little and the wizard takes care of integrating it into the overall process easily.
Kongoni GNU/Linux is a Desktop Linux distribution primarily developed in Africa with very strong inspiration from the BSD Unix operating systems. It features a live-CD/USB based system with an installer and a ports tree for add-on software and updates. The system follows a combination of rolling release and regular ISOs approach, with new full versions roughly once per year. The distribution is based on Slackware with KDE as the default desktop. Native 32-bit and 64-bit x86 versions are available.
Re: Lookout, trouble ahead!
Why would you bother ?
snavigator was created by RedHat and I do believe
is used by them to create their distributions tools.
The point is that the RPM is included in Redhat 7.2
and available on the rpmfind website.
Redhat probably didn't bother with an install guide
because they didn't think anybody else would be
recompiling who wasn't enough of a coding wiz to
want to hack at an IDE's code first.
Re: Needs GNOME?
> On the home page it says this needs
> this not a plain GTK+ font viewer?
No it, look carefully, it can use Gnome but it's not required.