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gnustep-desktop-0.9.4p0 – GNUstep desktop meta-package (source)

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The GNUstep desktop environment.
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$OpenBSD: README,v 1.2 2018/09/04 12:46:16 espie Exp $

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Post-install optional steps
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To take advantage of all the features from the GNUstep framework, you
should add the following lines to your ~/.xsession or ~/.xinitrc:
 . ${TRUEPREFIX}/share/GNUstep/Makefiles/GNUstep.sh # (gnustep-make) 
 ${TRUEPREFIX}/bin/gdnc # notifications daemon (gnustep-base) 
 ${TRUEPREFIX}/bin/gpbs # clipboard/pasteboard daemon (gnustep-back) 
 ${TRUEPREFIX}/bin/make_services # update service cache (gnustep-gui)

To enable gdomap(8), the distributed objects lookup daemon 
(gnustep-base) add gdomap to the pkg_scripts variable in 
/etc/rc.conf.local.

For more Information regarding the GNUstep services see their respective
manual pages: GNUstep(7), gdnc(1), gpbs(1), make_services(1), gdomap(8)


Running applications
====================

According to your display, you may find the fonts to be too large/small
for your taste.  To change the default fonts size ("9"), use the
following command:
 ${TRUEPREFIX}/bin/defaults write NSGlobalDomain NSFontSize 


Documentation
=============

Official GNUstep documentations are available from this page:
http://www.gnustep.org/experience/documentation.html

A more user oriented "GNUstep Configuration Guide" is available here:
http://gnustep.made-it.com/Configuration/index.html

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