On Sat, 23 Dec 2006 02:15:57 +0000, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> Genealogy with GRAMPS
Looks like the tyopical Linux program.
When, if ever, will you guys learn?
Submitted by Anonymous coward on Fri, 2006-12-22 09:30.
Why do I repeatedly have to read install instructions for a Linux
Somebody who installs packages should know how this works. This is a basic
action for a handling a Linux. if he does not know yet, he should learn.
There is no much sense to learn how to install ONE package. And OTOH -
there are so many ways to install, so many distros and setups - sometimes
the default way can be wrong. More concrete instruction should only be
necessary for special setups or usages.
I would like to see that authors just tell to install. If absolutely
necessary one can also give some hints for compiling. But that is more
So generally - telling a Linux user to install a package with the name
"gramps" should ring a bell. No need to elaborate.