Rev for Linux (was Re: iPadding around?)

viktoras d. viktoras at ekoinf.net
Thu Feb 4 04:49:34 CST 2010


Thank you Andre!

That's what I call a community - one day one wrote "wouldn't it be nice 
to have own Revolinux distro" and the next day he is about to download 
it :-)

It would be good to make it small enough to fit into a single CD/LiveCD.

Thanks again and
Best wishes!
Viktoras

Andre Garzia wrote:
> I am no genius, the guys at SUSE (Novell??) are. They made the software, I
> am just using it.
>
> Speaking of software, suse studio is giving me error 500 as of half an hour
> ago. Must be overwhelmed, as soon as I it is up and running I will try to
> cook something.
>
> Now, a simple pool, for those wanting a linux image for testing, how big it
> could be, meaning what is the upper size limit that you would download.
>
> Anyone here remembers what are Rev Linux dependencies:
> * Pango?
> * all g libs?
> * qt?
>
>
>
> Cheers
> andre
>
> On Wed, Feb 3, 2010 at 4:26 PM, J. Landman Gay <jacque at hyperactivesw.com>wrote:
>
>   
>> Andre Garzia wrote:
>>
>>  If people here are so inclined, I can try to build a simple suse that
>>     
>>> would
>>> bundle Rev without a license (so you would need to put a license on first
>>> run) and some useful tools. You could run it as a virtual machine under
>>> vmware or virtualbox and thus test your software under linux without the
>>> need to a full linux hardware.
>>>
>>>       
>> Yes! That'd be great, Mr. Resident Genius. :)
>>
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>> HyperActive Software           |     http://www.hyperactivesw.com
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