[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Try xfce4. It's fairly light and more functional than most WM's / DE's
for it's size.
On 11/1/06, Joerg Pernfuss <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I logged in and typed
> 'startx' to start the gui (that's what I should do! right!).
> Consequently, it'd been loaded. I am just seeing four comand shells.
> That's all I can see! No taskbars! No background picture (greying
> grinded dots: like pixels in a low definition image). There're just
> four squared box (shell).
You need to install a window manager.
twm(1) idn't good enough for you?
e16 (or whatever they have changed the name too this week)
are all fairly degenerate wastes of memory.
But it will not do much good unless you
have also bothered to install browsers and such.
Don't install the meta package though, or trim off stuff that you don't
need as you feel fit.
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