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#. type: Content of: <partintro><title>
#: blfs-en/archive/gnome/gnome-intro.xml:15
#, fuzzy
msgid "Introduction to GNOME"
msgstr "Introduction à GNOME"

#. type: Content of: <partintro><para>
#: blfs-en/archive/gnome/gnome-intro.xml:35
#, fuzzy
msgid ""
"This chapter presents the instructions to install a complete GNOME-&gnome-"
"version;&gnome-minor-version; desktop environment. The order of the "
"installed packages follows the build order defined by the GNOME development "
"team and has been thoroughly tested by the BLFS team."
msgstr ""
"This chapter presents the instructions to install a complete GNOME-&gnome-"
"version;&gnome-minor-version; desktop environment. The order of the "
"installed packages follows the build order defined by the GNOME development "
"team et has been thoroughly tested by the BLFS team."

#. type: Content of: <partintro><para>
#: blfs-en/archive/gnome/gnome-intro.xml:40
#, fuzzy
msgid ""
"The installation of GNOME-&gnome-version;&gnome-minor-version; is a large "
"undertaking and one we would like to see you complete with the least amount "
"of stress. One of the first goals in this installation is to protect your "
"previously installed software, especially if you are testing GNOME on your "
"machine. GNOME-&gnome-version; packages utilize the <option>--prefix=option</"
"option> passed to <command>configure</command>, so you will use that and an "
"environment variable (<envar>GNOME_PREFIX</envar>)  to add flexibility to "
"the installation."
msgstr ""
"The installation of GNOME-&gnome-version;&gnome-minor-version; is a large "
"undertaking et one we would like to see you complete with the least amount "
"of stress. One of the first goals in this installation is to protect your "
"previously installed software, especially if you are testing GNOME on your "
"machine. GNOME-&gnome-version; packages utilize the <option>--prefix=option</"
"option> passed to <command>configure</command>, so you will use that et an "
"environment variable (<envar>GNOME_PREFIX</envar>)  to add flexibility to "
"the installation."

#. type: Content of: <partintro><para>
#: blfs-en/archive/gnome/gnome-intro.xml:49
#, fuzzy
msgid ""
"To install GNOME as your desktop of choice, it is recommended that you "
"install using <option>--prefix=/usr</option>. If you are not sure that you "
"are going to keep the GNOME installation, or you think you will update to "
"the newest releases as they become available, you should install with "
"<option>--prefix=/opt/gnome-&gnome-version;&gnome-minor-version;</option>.  "
"Setting the environment variable and the additional edits required by the "
"second option are covered in the Pre-Installation Configuration section."
msgstr ""
"To install GNOME as your desktop of choice, it is recommended that you "
"install using <option>--prefix=/usr</option>. If you are not sure that you "
"are going to keep the GNOME installation, or you think you will update to "
"the newest releases as they become available, you should install with "
"<option>--prefix=/opt/gnome-&gnome-version;&gnome-minor-version;</option>.  "
"Setting the environment variable et the additional edits required by the "
"second option are covered in the Pre-Installation Configuration section."

#. type: Content of: <partintro><para>
#: blfs-en/archive/gnome/gnome-intro.xml:58
#, fuzzy
msgid ""
"If you choose the second option, removal of GNOME-&gnome-version;&gnome-"
"minor-version; is as easy as removing the edits from the pre-installation "
"page and issuing the following command (you may need to become the "
"<systemitem class='username'>root</systemitem> user):"
msgstr ""
"If you choose the second option, removal of GNOME-&gnome-version;&gnome-"
"minor-version; is as easy as removing the edits from the pre-installation "
"page et issuing the following command (you may need to become the "
"<systemitem class='username'>root</systemitem> user):"

#. type: Content of: <partintro><screen>
#: blfs-en/archive/gnome/gnome-intro.xml:64
#, no-wrap
msgid "<userinput>rm -rf /opt/gnome-&gnome-version;&gnome-minor-version;</userinput>"
msgstr "<userinput>rm -rf /opt/gnome-&gnome-version;&gnome-minor-version;</userinput>"

#. type: Content of: <partintro><para>
#: blfs-en/archive/gnome/gnome-intro.xml:66
#, fuzzy
msgid ""
"If your system was completely built per LFS and BLFS instructions, you have "
"a very good chance of using GNOME-&gnome-version;&gnome-minor-version; after "
"your first installation. If you are a typical LFS user, you have made "
"modifications to the instructions along the way knowing that you have to "
"take those modifications into account on future installations. You should "
"have no problems integrating GNOME-&gnome-version;&gnome-minor-version; into "
"your unique setup, but you will have to install well over 50 packages before "
"you can run GNOME through any testing (assuming your windowing system is "
"preinstalled and tested). You should anticipate that you will be rebuilding "
"GNOME at least once to make adjustments for your setup."
msgstr ""
"If your system was completely built per LFS et BLFS instructions, you have a "
"very good chance of using GNOME-&gnome-version;&gnome-minor-version; after "
"your first installation. If you are a typical LFS user, you have made "
"modifications to the instructions along the way knowing that you have to "
"take those modifications into account on future installations. You should "
"have no problems integrating GNOME-&gnome-version;&gnome-minor-version; into "
"your unique setup, but you will have to install well over 50 packages before "
"you can run GNOME through any testing (assuming your windowing system is "
"preinstalled et tested). You should anticipate that you will be rebuilding "
"GNOME at least once to make adjustments for your setup."

#. type: Content of: <partintro><bridgehead>
#: blfs-en/archive/gnome/gnome-intro.xml:102
#, fuzzy
msgid "Alternate Installation Methods"
msgstr "Alternate Installation Methods"

#. type: Content of: <partintro><para>
#: blfs-en/archive/gnome/gnome-intro.xml:103
#, fuzzy
msgid ""
"As was previously mentioned, building a GNOME desktop from sources is a "
"significant project. Some may find it too tedious or time-consuming to "
"perform a full installation following the BLFS book. You may wish to review "
"the automated methods mentioned in the GNOME-&gnome-version; <ulink url="
"\"http://www.gnome.org/start/&gnome-version;/notes/en/rninstallation.html"
"\">Release Notes</ulink>. Note that using any other method to install GNOME-"
"&gnome-version;&gnome-minor-version; other than using the BLFS instructions "
"cannot be supported by the BLFS team. Alternate methods are only mentioned "
"as a courtesy to builders who would like to build GNOME from sources but do "
"not have the time/desire/patience/whatever to follow the BLFS book."
msgstr ""
"As was previously mentioned, building a GNOME desktop from sources is a "
"significant project. Some may find it too tedious or time-consuming to "
"perform a full installation following the BLFS book. You may wish to review "
"the automated methods mentioned in the GNOME-&gnome-version; <ulink url="
"\"http://www.gnome.org/start/&gnome-version;/notes/en/rninstallation.html"
"\">Release Notes</ulink>. Note that using any other method to install GNOME-"
"&gnome-version;&gnome-minor-version; other than using the BLFS instructions "
"cannot be supported by the BLFS team. Alternate methods are only mentioned "
"as a courtesy to builders who would like to build GNOME from sources but do "
"not have the time/desire/patience/whatever to follow the BLFS book."