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    Installing Gnome apps without gnome.....

    and KDE ones without KDE. Can it be done? I want to install cantus and K3B, but I am using fluxbox, and have not got either gnome or KDE installed. What exactly do I need to do this. Will just the Gnome libs and the KDE libs do? Or do I need more?
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    Re:Installing Gnome apps without gnome.....

    sice I try to avoid KDE crap unless absolutly necessary and have some odd fetish with GNOME, I can only vouch for the logical approach -- get the libs and compile in whatever support into flux that you want.

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    Re:Installing Gnome apps without gnome.....

    Unfortunately (For Gnome anyway) some apps require more than just the libs. For example, the latest versions of Grip require than you have the whole Gnome desktop. As for KDE apps, I'd say that you just need Qt and kdelibs.

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