Rev for Linux (was Re: iPadding around?)
viktoras at ekoinf.net
Thu Feb 4 07:53:44 CST 2010
indeed, some time ago I used to deploy simple Revolution apps on Puppy.
They worked. Apps were compiled using the old engine (2.6). However I
have never tried that again with the new Rev 4.x, some day I will :-).
Peter Alcibiades wrote:
> Indeed, this would be a great step forward, to have a gold standard linux
> distribution plus Rev installation, then we would know for sure how it was
> supposed to work and could work, and we'd know that any shortfalls were with
> our particular installation. A live USB distro might be the most useful
> because the fastest.
> If you want something small, light and customizable to start from, there is
> Puppy. Yes, its true, it does not have Gnome. Stop that, you heretic!
> As soon as its done, I will be happy to give it a workout, and am sure
> others will too.
> viktoras d. wrote:
>> 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.
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