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marian
20th June 2004, 10:12 PM
Cool Nvu (http://www.nvu.com) Web editor (complete Web Authoring System for Linux Desktop) is available for fedora 2 from this blog: Nvu - Glazblog (http://webperso.easyconnect.fr/danielglazman/weblog/dotclear/index.php?Nvu)!

Download: nvu-0.30-pc-fedora2.tar.gz (http://glazman.org/nvu/releases/0.30/linux/nvu-0.30-pc-fedora2.tar.gz)

Enjoy!

ilja
20th June 2004, 10:46 PM
It works, but looks very much like Mozilla Composer. Is there any difference? But it's cool, that there is no need to install it, but only to unzip.

ghaefb
20th June 2004, 10:51 PM
It works, but looks very much like Mozilla Composer. Is there any difference? But it's cool, that there is no need to install it, but only to unzip.

Nvu was started from the Mozilla Composer code base. The Mozilla Internet suite is in the process of being broken up into individual pieces (browser, email, etc.). Nvu will pick up where Composer left off, adding additional features, functionality and ease of use.

Check out http://www.nvu.com

This tarball is built on Fedora Core 2 ? Cool :p
Because on official nvu site you can download only Tarball built on Linspire (Debian k2.4) gcc/g++ 2.95.4

ghenry
20th June 2004, 11:06 PM
People are realising how widely used FC2 is now and building most of their stuff for it.

Ug
21st June 2004, 04:51 AM
Not really - its a continuation of the old Red Hat trend.

Everyone used to offer the source, and a red hat package. Its just a continutation of this. Thanks to Red Hats dominance.

ghenry
21st June 2004, 09:11 AM
You don't see RHAS or RHES ones though :-)

Obstriegel
2nd July 2004, 07:26 AM
I'm new to Fedora and very happy about nvu for this distribution :D
Thanx

Varkk
2nd July 2004, 01:30 PM
You don't see RHAS or RHES ones though :-)

Actually that is one of the things keeping me off RHEL. I am able to get it quite cheap on academic pricing but the lack of third party packagers like what there is for FC2 keeps me here.

ghenry
2nd July 2004, 10:24 PM
I know. There are a few situations like this. For example I am still on Fedora Core 1 for my laptop for ltmodem support. I know where you are coming from.

And to be honest, I would rather have an up2date distro for my server.

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