Hi there,I've been googling around for this, but have only found a couple related threads which don't quite answer my question.I'm running crunchbang waldorf and wanted to install a nice split-pane filemanager - my preference would be caja.I added the mate repositories, and used synaptic to install caja, but it told me it depended on libmatedesktop, mate-desktop-common, mate-d
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Jimbo_G wrote:I have to say that the Help & Support (Stable) and Help & Support (Testing/Unstable) forums must be a bit confusing for new users.Especially now that #! 11 Waldorf is more or less the default download now...Yes, I agree, + we got the Waldorf devel section. @civicdxdude; please mark as solved!
Odd, though, I can find no mention of it in the usual places. Following the instructions for getting mah-teh slackbuilds, there is is, the 1.10 release. The few mate packages I've been using are version 1.6. The administrators' work is never done.
Hey guys, I was just wondering if GTK+ 3 apps work in the MATE desktop environment. I use Linux Mint MATE and I know MATE is a fork of GNOME 2, but I thought that maybe they still use GTK+ 2. What do you think?
From the blissful tinkerings of a typical noob...Add these to your list of options when considering 2 operating systems in your portable box.1) My notebook's underused optical drive got yanked out, replaced by this.I had previously added Waldorf to my Win7 install, after the usual monkeying around with partitioning. 640GB HD, ~70Gb set aside for Waldorf. No problems there.