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Roberto C. Sanchez wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 01, 2007 at 12:33:33AM +1300, Chris Bannister wrote:
>> On Sun, Feb 25, 2007 at 11:12:27PM +0100, Joe Hart wrote:
>>> I installed fvwm, and I'm running it in another session, I must say,
>>> without messing with any configuration, it looks quite impressive. It
>>> seems faster than kde, which is a no-brainer since KDE is so demanding
>>> on the resources.
>> Yep, hunting out apps which don't need KDE/Gnome which do the same job
>> can be a bit of a pain.
> Does fvwn have KDE or GNOME support? I use WindowMaker and I *like*
> the fact that does a good job of supporting and integrating KDE and
> GNOME apps equally. Of course, Debian's modular package management
> helps since I get only the libraries I *need* instead of all of KDE and
> GNOME for one or two apps. It is still a few tens of MBs, but not
> hundreds of MBs.
It runs konqueror no problem at all. I _love_ konqueror and it's
abitity to fish:/
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