Re: sawfish doesn't work
I think the default sweetpill theme for sawfish is missing from the sources. This
means that you have no raise-lower buttons or even frames on the windows. Try using
sawfish and then running the configuration tool. Change the appearance to microgui
or anything else, and then close out all your current windows. The new ones should
be OK. I've been installing about 5 workstations this week, and that's what I had to
do with all of them.
Andrew D Dixon wrote:
> I upgraded again and sawfish still doesn't work.
> Any suggestions?
> Mark Gordon wrote:
> > > Hi Everybody,
> > > I'm running Debian Potato and I just decided to try out Helix-Gnome.
> > > Everything was working great untill today when sawfish died on me. I
> > > did two things today that may have cause the problem. I updated and
> > > upgraded my system:
> > >
> > > >apt-get update
> > > >apt-get upgrade
> > Yup, that would do it. ;-) Our Debian Potato sawfish was broken for a
> > while late last week. It should be fixed now (apt-get update & apt-get
> > upgrade again, of course).
> > -Mark Gordon
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