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Re: Arabbix - genesis
- To: Development Discussions <developer at arabeyes dot org>
- Subject: Re: Arabbix - genesis
- From: Ahmad Bakdash <abakdash at gmail dot com>
- Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2005 12:19:06 +0300
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try to check Arabian
On 8/11/05, Omar Abo-Namous <merlin12345 at gmx dot de> wrote:
Salam and hello everyone,
i want to restart the arabbix-issue. The purpose of this iso-cd is to
easily show any linux-noob, what linux can do and what he can gain out
of it.. For arabic users, the whole linux desktop should be held in arabic.
Sameer has put together a cd, which is based on marphix, as far as i can
My idea is to rebuild the cd from knoppix or kanotix (i favour knoppix).
In the first instance i would like to install the arabic language
packages for kde, openoffice, firefox and thunderbird, and copy the
arabeyes arabic fonts onto the cd. I see this step more like a test for
myself. But i think, that with those packages we'd allready have the
normal desktop of the "normal" user covered.
I've been looking into the discussion on doc about taking the wordlist
of gnome as standard, but i think kde is for the normal user more useful
because of the extensive package content and easier to learn (from a
windows perspective). However, both knoppix and kanotix support (as far
as i know) both kde and gnome, so there is no problem in including the
language package of gnome too.
Any thoughts? Any "that-s-bull****"?
cya and salam.
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