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Apa itu GNOME?

Desktop GNOME adalah persekitaran atas meja yang menarik dan berguna. GNOME percuma dan persekitaran atas meja yang yang paling menyeluruh digunakan pada sistem pengoperasian GNU/Linux.

Gnome dalam Debian

GNOME 2.22 (dan beberapa cebisan GNOME 2.20 yang lebih stabil dari GNOME 2.22) termasuk didalam Debian 5.0 Lenny.

Terdapat empat pilihan untuk memasang Gnome didalam Debian:

How to install

Description

GNOME desktop task

tasksel see below

Debian's selection of applications
(This is what is installed on a freshly installed system. It includes some applications that do not really integrate with GNOME, like OpenOffice.org and iceweasel)

GNOME (Debian)

gnome package

The full GNOME environment, including applications that are not officially part of the Upstream GNOME releases.
It provides the recommended GNOME environment for Debian.

GNOME (Upstream)

gnome-desktop-environment package

The official upstream GNOME environment, minus a few packages.
It is the closest to upstream recommendations.

GNOME accessibility

gnome-accessibility package

The accessibility components of the GNOME desktop:
screen reader, mouse utilities, magnifier…

GNOME (core only)

gnome-core package

This is a minimalist gnome installation
(You have to install all end-user applications later). Above packages depend on this one.

For developers:

Installing "Gnome Desktop" task

The GNOME Desktop task is what is installed by Debian-Installer's Desktop "task" (unless you picked another DesktopEnvironment !).

Content

FYI,

The "Gnome Desktop" task is actually the sum of tasksel's common desktop (desktop) and tasksel's selected desktop (gnome-desktop) :

At the time of writing (DebianLenny), this corresponds to:

Configuration

Most configuration of the GNOME desktop is done via its various GUI utilities. The location of these varies depending on version, but common utilities include networking, themes, sounds and much more. It is also possible to configure (read/write) settings using the command line with gconftool(2).

See also

About GNOME for Debian: