Just look in the usual place. Very few updates this time, but at least is a sign of life, and it should improve in the next release.
o2ric wrote: Just look in the usual place. Very few updates this time, but at least is a sign of life, and it should improve in the next release.
edefault wrote: The message in a bottle is: IRIX for the desktop is not dead, even if there were no life signs for a long time. .
unixmuseum wrote: Yep... What's also unbelievable is the dependencies that aren't satified with a suposedly all encompassing set of CDs...
Don't know if it's just me, but gtk2+ & xft updates require version of fontconfig & xrender that are not the ones on the CDs. furthermore, gtk2+ also needs a different version of xft than the one on the CDs...
colin wrote: "CLEAR"
whiter wrote: Some people.....
you give them something and still they bitch and whine.
confusedhacker wrote: Regarding some of the problems in the latest freeware release, and the perception expressed by Mr_Ripley that SGI has towards it's Irix user base. Y'all are correct in stating that there is a new person trying to get freeware out the door. Humorous it is to see references to "3 freeware employees." Ha haha, ROTFL I was. Even at peak "track the quarterly Irix release schedule" there was only 1 person officially working on freeware, and even that was secondary to his "real" job.
whiter wrote: Hey there Chan!
Nice to hear about freeware from an internal. So it's even less supported than we thought, and $someone is trying to kick it out at all? Oh well... that's what we are for, right?! Let's keep on building those ports
whiter wrote: So you're the admin of reality. Did you make those neat 4Dwm scripts that allow you to make a website in 4Dwm style? Pretty cool stuff. It inspired me to make my very own version, for more modern webbrowsers/computers. As a matter of fact... time to do some more work on that! Has been lying in the dust for months now.