Re: Window managers-which one?
Douglas Tutty wrote:
I have been using fvwm since I started with linux and Debian about 8
years ago. That was on a 486/33MHz with 12MB of memory. I installed
Debian on a 128MB removable disk. I have used KDE on a few occaisions,
but I generally prefer a clear, uncluttered screen. I also don't care
for all of the extra processes that get started by KDE apps, even when
you are not running KDE.
On Tue, Oct 31, 2006 at 03:40:48PM +0000, Clive Menzies wrote:
On (31/10/06 14:51), B. Hoffmann wrote:
I' ve been installing purely a base sytem this time as opposed to before
always going with the default install with Gnome.
Also for example icewm and fvwm seem to be both window managers and
Since getting into Debian I've progressed down the scale (of bloat) from
KDE to Xfce to Enlightenment to Fluxbox. I'm very happy now but guess I
may get bored and try something else but fluxbox is lean mean but pretty
I like basic functionality, configurability, without bloat; I have been
running a 486 for years...
I use icewm. It does everything I want without the struggle of adding
features to a less featurful wm and is low on resource usage. It must
be fast because it doesn't get in the way on the 486.
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