Re: Window manager ....
Try uwm - it's very very non-system hungry - it's built
around the xwindows libraries rather than qt or gtk so it's
very very fast. It's not fully gnome-compliant, but that
doesn't mean it'll stop you using gnome applications.
I've used it for some time now.
On Thu, May 31, 2001 at 02:29:03PM +1000, Steve Kieu wrote:
> Anyone pls tell me how heavier the system resourses
> will suffer if I run sawmill wm versus icewm? My box
> only 35Mb RAM 100 Mhz CPU, ; icewm is good for all
> purpose (gnome compliant, light, nice looking and
> configure but not nice with netscape (see my last
> email :-) ). I have tested wmmaker but it is not fully
> gnome compliant.
> Regards, Steve
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