Re: GNOME Shell
I might be up to that . There is the fact that I have never done that before.
Originally Posted by Merk42
On the other hand these are testing partitions and destined to be wiped so there is little to loose.
It does not make much sense to do it now because the only install I am willing to totally risk is the ISO install and the testing for A3 is close. This will also give me a clean OS with the correct kernel.
I could, between now and then, maybe get an idea how to do this and do it and see what happens. Then do the xorg.edgers stuff back on and see what happens and if that doesn't work go back to the 2.6.33-999 kernel.
That is what I think I will have t odo anyway to have any hope of a working GS.
Another thing I need to do is check my bios for switches for the video card and see if the intel intigrated controller is even worse than the card I have for this kind of thing.
I am sure it would actually run on my wifes new laptop with an ATI card. It is actually supported.
Wasn't there a post, in this thread, that was kind of a "how to" on building from source?
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