Re: about xfce and window managers
On Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 04:09:07PM +0000, Anthony Campbell wrote:
> Xmonad is good but for configuration you have to delve into Haskell,
In my experience, it's not that bad. Mostly because someone has probably
already done what you want it to do AND blogged about it. So you just
have to cut-and-paste.
> which is quite an undertaking. Dwm is easier to configure (in C, but you
> don't really need to know C to change things). I3 and spectrwm both are
I use dwm on all my desktops. Have you heard of anyone using it as a
window manager inside a desktop environment? My google-fu is failing me.