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Unity on openSUSE ? Maybe…

December 17th, 2010 by

I’ve packaged a bunch of indicators and some of the dependencies for Ubuntu’s Unity Desktop. The saga goes on with 3 more accomplishments today…

1. dee –  http://launchpad.net/dee (packaged and submitted)
2. bamf – http://launchpad.net/bamf (packaged and submitted)
3. nux – on the forge… currently breaks due to being built with libpng14 (Ubuntu using libpng12) and some deprecated syntax.

A lot of support libraries like dbusmenu had already been packaged before for the Indicators. One step closer…

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7 Responses to “Unity on openSUSE ? Maybe…”

  1. etamPL

    SUSEbuntu? Functionality of openSUSE with desktop of Ubuntu. Sounds cool.

    • nmarques

      Won’t it be nice if you don’t have to change distro to check out Unity? I mean, can’t be that bad ;)

  2. Nmarques rlz!

  3. nmarques

    Nux is done as well…

  4. DUDE: awesomeness. I’d love to try out Unity, just install as extra DE, really nice. I already have worked with Smeegol that way, and GNOME 2 and 3, XFCE, LXDE, having this as another choice is just über-cool.

    Keep it up :D

  5. Helen

    Wow looking good.

  6. Helen

    Check it out, Susan Linton (who is one of my Linux heroines) blogged you in Linux Journal!

    http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/ubuntu-indicators-opensuse