Xfce 3.8.16 and a different window manager

Biju Chacko biju_chacko at vsnl.net
Sat May 3 06:50:34 CEST 2003

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On Fri, 02 May 2003 17:57:33 -0400, gardnerj at provide.net wrote:

> I've been using it for. . . seems like ages now, always the
> same compile routine. get my update from cvs and type:
> ./autogen.sh --prefix=/usr  (that's just where I like it,
> think the default is /usr/local)
> make
> make install
> the ./autogen.sh runs the configure. You do need the all
> the ingredients to make a proper Xfce4 setup, but they all
> compile the same way for me.

We've got all the autoconf issues sorted out now. You don't need to run
autogen.sh anymore. Download fresh sources and run 

./configure; make; make install 

to build and install. This is the preferred method. In order to run
./autogen.sh you will need the correct versions of autotools installed.

The best way to automate this is to use benny and nestu's update script
which can be found on the XFce4 resource page.

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