Re: Debian 6 64-bit and Openbox: Opinions, Suggestions, Pitfalls.
On Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 12:07 PM, Patrick Bartek <email@example.com> wrote:
> --- On Mon, 2/28/11, Klistvud <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> My reasons for abandoning the desktop environment and
> going pure Openbox is more philosophical than practical.
> My current Fedora 12 64-bit system with GNOME runs
> just fine even with the CPU running most of the time at
> 1/3rd speed. It's just that I abhor the waste of "cool"
> features that serve no purpose other than to impress.
> Wow! Cooool! At least, with Linux I have a choice.
> If I were running Windows or OSX . . .
FYI, fluxbox might be an alternative for that purpose as well (my
choice), but there are others like fvwm2, pekwm, icewm, etc... I use
fluxbox on coppermine (<=800MHz) , on penryn (2.20 GHz), on lemote
mini-pcs, and it works pretty nice/light on all of them, besides being
good looking if you want it to be, :-)