[Scribus] Fedora Core 3 and Scribus
Mon Dec 13 05:00:20 CET 2004
I've been on the Fedora core list for a couple of months now and FWIW,
I've yet to see any remarks
related to Scribus. Now, this is not a bad thing.
It means that the documentation for Scribus is good
and that it is compiling/playing well in the distro.
The problem(s) Greg refers to is not indigenous to all
On Sun, 2004-12-12 at 22:03 -0500, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> For those of you having varying degrees of consternation compiling
> Scribus with their distros, I just compiled Scribus without any trouble
> with FC3 -- I know Paul has been using FC3 since its test versions.
> So far, Fedora has been pretty good at keeping the various parts that
> Scribus needs up to date. If it's an initial install, you will want to
> custom choose components to get all the required rpms for Scribus (such
> as qt-devel).
> Without a doubt you would want to scan fedora-list to make sure there
> aren't any showstoppers for your hardware.
> You can avoid a common FC3 headache by installing it with the option
> 'ide=nodma' if you run into mediacheck problems; not only does this bug
> (it's apparently a 2.6 kernel bug) cause a mediacheck failure for some
> of the disks, it can also cause the install to crash in the middle.
> Greg Pittman
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