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I want to know how to upgrade gnome 2.4 to 2.6.I have slackware 9.0 and now i have download disk2(cd2-of slackware10.0) and i want to upgrade gnome from 2.4 to 2.6 which is in cd2.???
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by installing from the slackware disk you will not be installing a upgrade/update you'll be installing a full version.

If you are wanting to install gnome from the CD you have to use installpkg on the individual packages in this order:

    *

      libxml2
    *

      libxslt
    *

      gtk-doc
    *

      glib
    *

      libIDL
    *

      ORBit2
    *

      intltool
    *

      libbonobo
    *

      pango
    *

      atk
    *

      gtk+
    *

      gconf
    *

      desktop-file-utils
    *

      gnome-mime-data
    *

      gnome-vfs
    *

      audiofile
    *

      esound
    *

      libgnome
    *

      libart_lgpl
    *

      libglade
    *

      libgnomecanvas
    *

      libbonoboui
    *

      gnome-icon-theme
    *

      gnome-keyring
    *

      libgnomeui
    *

      startup-notification
    *

      gtk-engines
    *

      gnome-themes
    *

      scrollkeeper
    *

      gnome-desktop
    *

      libwnck
    *

      libsoup
    *

      evolution-data-server
    *

      gnome-panel
    *

      gnome-session
    *

      vte
    *

      gnome-terminal
    *

      libgtop
    *

      gail
    *

      libxklavier
    *

      gnome-applets
    *

      metacity
    *

      librsvg
    *

      eel
    *

      nautilus
    *

      gnome-control-center
    *

      gtkhtml2
    *

      gnome-doc-utils
    *

      yelp
    *

      bug-buddy
    *

      libgnomecups
    *

      libgnomeprint
    *

      libgnomeprintui
    *

      gtksourceview
    *

      gedit
    *

      eog
    *

      ggv
    *

      gconf-editor
    *

      gnome-utils
    *

      procman
    *

      gstreamer
    *

      gst-plugins
    *

      gnome-media
    *

      nautilus-media
    *

      gnome-netstatus
    *

      gcalctool
    *

      gpdf
    *

      gucharmap
    *

      nautilus-cd-burner
    *

      zenity
    *

      at-spi
    *

      libgail-gnome
    *

      gnome-speech
    *

      gnome-mag
    *

      gnopernicus
    *

      gok
    *

      epiphany
    *

      gnome-games
    *

      gnome-user-docs
    *

      file-roller
    *

      gnome-system-tools
    *

      gnome-nettool
    *

      vino
    *

      dbus
    *

      hal
    *

      gnome-volume-manager
    *

      gal
    *

      gtkhtml
    *

      evolution
    *

      evolution-webcal
    *

      gnomemeeting
    *

      libsigc++
    *

      glibmm
    *

      gtkmm
    *

      libgnomemm
    *

      libgnomecanvasmm
    *

      libglademm
    *

      libgnomeuimm
    *

      gnome-vfsmm
    *

      libgtk-java
    *

      libgconf-java
    *

      libglade-java
      libgnome-java
      Glib (perl)
     Gtk2 (perl)
     Gnome2 (perl)
      Gnome2-Canvas (perl)
      Gtk2-GladeXML (perl)
      Gnome2-VFS (perl)
      Gnome2-GConf (perl)
      pygtk

i would sugest looking for some rpm that will install everything for you
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