andrewcoppin at btinternet.com
Thu Oct 23 16:30:28 EDT 2008
Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH wrote:
> On Oct 23, 2008, at 15:35 , Andrew Coppin wrote:
>> Gtk+ buggy?
>> Are we talking about the same Gtk+ that runs on the desktop of 50% of
>> all the Linux machines on the plannet?
>> Well, I've never noticed any problems with it... ;-)
> I've found it fairly easy to crash on multiple Linux distributions
> (never mind the non-Linux ones). Run it with all defaults, it's
> *probably* okay... don't try to configure it. (I used to crash the
> control center all the time just by trying to look at all the
> available themes, before I gave up and switched to KDE.)
Really? Well I've never ever seen GNOME crash. Hell, I run a GNOME
desktop on a 0.01 GHz Amiga 1200 and it works! (Sure, it's slower than
MS Vista on an 8086, but technically it "works"... just absurdly
slowly...) And that's not even an Intel system.
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