Openbox is the hotrod of stacking window managers. It’s as powerful as the engine you put in it and can look like whatever you want it to, it depends entirely on your configuration and customization. It doesn’t look like much of anything without your effort.
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I am going to write this blog as much as possible without stopping. I’m trying to unclog my brain, and let things flow a little bit easier, and sometimes the easiest way to do that is to create only one restriction, the lack of restrictions and the requirement to continue without going back and editing. Continue reading
I have 4 computers at present, 1 tablet running Android, 1 Mac Mini dual-booting OSX and Crunchbang Statler, 1 Thinkpad T42 running Archbang 2012-12, and 1 Inspiron 2200 running Crunchbang Statler.
[By Vaughn R. Larson [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons]
So you’re excited about Gnu/Linux/BSD, you want to express your new found or continuing love to the world, but more than that you want everyone around you to share it! It’s free, wonderful, and extensible in ways that those “other” OSes will never be, of course everyone would want to use it right? Continue reading
Full disclosure: I don’t use KDE on a daily basis.
So, if I don’t, why then am I recommending it to you?
Because I like it, it has a great number of great things going for it, and if you found this article, it probably means you’re interested.
Relatively little has changed in the Linux Desktop world since my last post in March. As such this will be a relatively quick post.
I’d say the biggest news would be the targeting of Gnome 3 Fallback mode for primary use by a couple distributions. Trisquel, one of the FSF’s approved distributions as well as Solus OS have decided to go this way, disregarding the Gnome team’s UI redesign, and instead opting to enable the “fallback mode” to be a more usable, less crippled environment.