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Well, my install went smoother than I could have ever hoped. However, it doesn't want to run Celtx. Dependency problem after dependency problem. I hunt down one thing, then it ...
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    Well, my install went smoother than I could have ever hoped.

    However, it doesn't want to run Celtx. Dependency problem after dependency problem. I hunt down one thing, then it tells me I need something else.

    Since celtx is based off firefox, is there a light distro capable of running firefox 3?
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    is there a light distro capable of running firefox 3?
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    Slita looked really good, but I wasn't able to boot from it. Must have been too heavy.

    I was able to get an older version of Celtx working on a Pupply livecd (4.1.1 retro)

    I'm trying to install it now, but it's taking forever. I figure I'll let it do it's thing for a while before I get worried.
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    My puppy install was a success! And I have Celtx 0.9 running on it. I'm about as happy as one can be over a decade-old laptop. AND I still have about 8gb of hard drive space, and about 33% free RAM (off 64mb).

    Hopefully the network card won't give me much trouble. But Puppy seems to pretty good about them from what I've been reading.

    Oh yeah, the Inkscape Lite that comes with it is adorable.
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    Glad you got it working!

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