Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 24th Sep 2008 21:47 UTC
Gnome The GNOME project has released GNOME 2.24 today. In case you're new here: "GNOME 2.24 is the latest version of the GNOME Desktop: a popular, multi-platform desktop environment for your computer. GNOME's focus is ease of use, stability, and first class internationalisation and accessibility support. GNOME is Free and Open Source Software and provides all of the common tools computer users expect of a modern computing environment, such as e-mail, groupware, web browsing, file management, multimedia and games. Furthermore, GNOME provides a flexible and powerful platform for software developers, both on the desktop and in mobile applications." GNOME 2.24 comes packed with changes.
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RE[2]: No Epiphany?
by sbergman27 on Thu 25th Sep 2008 14:00 UTC in reply to "RE: No Epiphany?"
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If you are going to be running Ubuntu 8.10 you can just type in sudo apt-get install epiphany-webkit.

Be advised, however, that as I mentioned in a previous post, compiling the latest Webkit and Epiphany, which is really not very hard, will get you an epiphany-webkit which is much closer to being ready than you will find even in Gnome 2.24, which the coming distros are using. Little things like "find in page", "text resize", and "print" are working in trunk. And the "find in page" facility does "highlight all" which Epiphany-Gecko does not do.

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