Re: How to install debian package on Redhat Linux.
thank you all for the response!
Now I know there are blackbox, fvwm2, sawfish, and I found a super small one flwm.
Most of them are only in Debian package, which need dpkg to install. I hesitate to
reinstall everything from my debian CD.
Is there a way to install them in to my exsting Redhat box. I just uninstalled
GNome and enlightment. I am using fvwm2 now. but I want to try flwm.
> At 05:31 PM 10/23/00 -0400, Benjamin F. Zhou wrote:
> >I have an old notebook compaq Armada with Redhat 6.1 and 24MB RAM.
> >I want to replace the fat enlightment with a thinner window manager but
> >still retain
> >some of the comfort user interface.
> > Which alternative wm should I choose ?
> 1) What does this have to do with installing a .deb package on a RH system,
> since most wm's come in any flavor you can think of (.deb, .rpm, and .tar.gz)?
> 2) You might look into IceWM, or WindowMaker or AfterStep.
> If you want to try a really fast and slim wm, try BlackBox. Not as slick
> as E but still fairly configurable and themeable.
> Blackbox is definitely a good one for older slower systems (I use it both
> on my Debian Pentium 150 laptop and my old 486/66 RH6.2 desktop).
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