Hi everybody !
I just tried to install GNUStep (I heard a lot of good thinks about it). I use the GNUStep repository and installed it with :
# pacman -Sg
to see wath groups are avalaible
# pacman -S everythingaboutGNUStep
to install it.
Now, I don't really no what to do... gnustep daemon is running. Now what ? What I have to do to get GNUStep working ? (there's no exec gnustep ;-))
If someone have a tips or a good doc to beggin, It will be great !
Note : When I am on WindowMaker, and I run :
$ openapp /opt/GNUSte/System/Application/Terminal.app
I got an error message about share librairie... and when I stop my computer, it says that gcmd (or something like that) is not in /etc/rc.d/.
That it !
Thanks for advance !
I think you need a windowmanager
arch + gentoo + initng + python = enlisy
Yes have one. I have windowmaker. But now ? What do I do ? :cry:
I get this message when I try to run a app :
$ openapp Camera.app /opt/GNUstep/Local/Applications/Camera.app/Camera: error while loading shared libraries: libgnustep-gui.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Any idee ?
Namlook... GNUstep is not (yet) a desktop environment, so you will have to start a window manager of your choice. Due to a current problem I am having right now, you must install the windowmaker-cvs package but you can not use WindowMaker
( until I figure out why it crashes on everybody's machine except for mine :shock: )
Also, how did you install it?
to get everything you'd need to pacman -S gnustep
but I suspect you did pacman -S gnustep-desktop (which is pretty much everything you need for a simple desktop).
it confuses me that you do not have /etc/rc.d/gnustep, it really should be there :oops:
In any case, try doing that install, starting that script, and then making sure that /etc/profile.d/gnustep is there and executable (should be ! ) and make sure your terminals which you want to start things from are login shells.
I. e. if you use xterm, add this to your ~/.Xdefaults
If you are not in a login shell, /etc/profile does not get sourced, hence no /etc/profile.d and no GNUstep