Before I launch into my new DNS server, I thought I'd try Gnome and KDE. I still do most things in terminals, by CLI rather than GUI. Here I use ctwm and have my workspaces configured with many xterms/workspace. I've hand-coded at least three different sized xterms. Is there a way of having various sized terms in Gnome andor KDE?
Well, I suppose the simplest way would be to continue using the same hand-coded xterm configurations that you are using now. If you want to use konsole or gnome-terminal, those can certainly be resized. I think they understand the same flags xterm uses.
KDE will also remember the layout of your setup so that you do not need to rearrange things the next time you log in. (gnome may do that too... I am not familiar with it)
Another issue is that somehow I lost libintl.so.5. What builds this library? I borrowed it from another server; it was in one of the compat libs, IIRC.
I found it like this ...
cd /var/db/pkg grep -r libintl *
although there may be better ways to do that :o)
The CD's I installed 5.2 from have KDE-3.1.4; for some reason the latest rev of KDE refuses to upgrade. I was using portupgrade, remotely. Any idea why 3.2.0 won't install?
What was your process? Did you read this ... http://freebsd.kde.org/instructions.php ?
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