Gtkdialog – Create Graphical (GTK+) Interfaces and Dialog Boxes Using Shell Scripts in Linux

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8 Responses

  1. Michael Czapski says:

    I recently developed an interest in gtkdialog, spent time working with it. The main gripe I had was the relative scarcity of entry-level documentation and use case discussion.

    As I work with gtkdialog I document what I am doing and what I am finding out. As a consequence, I have new material on the topic to share.

  2. Amadi Francis says:

    Will the programs created in linux with gtkdialog installed, also run on windows?? if so, what version of windows can it run on.

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Amadi,

      Good question, but to be fact we really don’t know whether it should work on Windows or not, I think you should create and test it under Windows..

  3. hello says:

    Hi!,

    thanx a lot for this post. i had like to ask if in case i did not install gtkdialog my script will

    not work, and if on other Linux platforms like Opensuse and redhat?

    i learnt Linux redhat administartion for sometime now and never did anything

    concerning scriptin/programming and now i start to learn programing which i found this

    your post s interesting.

    Thank you.

    • Hanny Helal says:

      Hello “hello”! :-)

      Yes it won’t work on any Linux distribution that doesn’t have gtkdialog installed, gtkdialog is a dependency to run gtkdialog programs, they can’t live without it.

      Thank you for your reply.
      Greetings.

  4. helbus says:

    THIS IS AMAZING!!! thank you. very good starting tutorial. Please keep up the good work!

  5. rr says:

    I usually don’t read from email to be subscribed , does this site have an Rss feed ?

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