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On 6/19/07, Tore Lund  wrote:
Uh, correct me if I am wrong.  I have not tried Beryl myself.  However,
as I understand it, Beryl would work, as a window manager.  Not everyone
needs or wants a "desktop".

Yes, you could.  X will do whatever it's told.  I once found it
amusing to run tkdesk as my "window manager", for example.  But it's
really not something I would advise to someone not experienced in
running X without a desktop environment.  Since beryl doesn't even
provide a menu to launch apps, nor does it default to starting a term
window, an inexperienced user probably would find themselves quickly
lost.


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Andy Harrison
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