Common Desktop Environment

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Common Desktop Environment

http://sourceforge.net/projects/cdesktopenv/
The Common Desktop Environment, the classic UNIX desktop

The Common Desktop Environment was created by a collaboration of Sun, HP, IBM, DEC, SCO, Fujitsu and Hitachi. Used on a selection of commercial UNIXs, it is now available as free software for the first time.





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Software prerequisites

KindDescription
Required to buildlibxt-dev
Required to buildlibx11-dev
Required to buildbison
Required to buildlibfreetype6-dev
Required to buildrpcbind
Required to buildlibjpeg62-dev
Required to buildmotif
Required to buildlibxft-dev
Required to buildtcl-dev
Required to buildlibmotif-dev
Required to buildlibxaw7-dev
Required to buildxbitmaps
Required to buildx11-xserver-utils
Required to buildxfonts-100dpi-transcoded
Required to buildncompress
Required to buildxfonts-100dpi
Required to buildbuild-essentials
Required to buildksh
Required to buildlibxmu-dev
Required to buildlibxp-dev
Required to buildm4




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