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    Default Installing xfce

    Hello

    I am using openSUSE 11.4 for some time, with KDE. I decided to try xfce, but now I am puzzled a bit. In package menager when I type xfce I see many packages, and now I am not sure which one I should install to get my xfce running. Is there one 'master' package that I should install which will install all other dependencies or maybe I should just install some/all of those xfce packages?

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    Default Re: Installing xfce

    Quote Originally Posted by AndnA View Post
    Hello

    I am using openSUSE 11.4 for some time, with KDE. I decided to try xfce, but now I am puzzled a bit. In package menager when I type xfce I see many packages, and now I am not sure which one I should install to get my xfce running. Is there one 'master' package that I should install which will install all other dependencies or maybe I should just install some/all of those xfce packages?
    Hi,
    This link
    Building Xfce [Xfce Docs]
    will give some pointers on what to install to run xfce.
    Please read the link and find/install those packages in the opensuse repositories.
    People who do not break things first will never learn to create anything

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    Default Re: Installing xfce

    Code:
    sudo zypper install -t pattern xfce
    or in gui open yast -> software management select the pattern view and
    choose the xfce pattern.

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    Thanks for answers, but I just downloaded 12.1 and installed it with xfce.

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