Another small window manager is twm (tiny window manager).  As far I know it
comes with all flavors of UNIX.

On Thu, 17 Feb 2000, Yassen Roussev wrote:

> 
> 
> > You will need a window manager, but you can use one with a low memory
> > footprint like FVWM (and its variants) that'll do all you need.
> 
> Hi Hago,
> 
> A least memory eating manager is wm2, and it is on the SuSE disks.
> As my computer at home has no network connection I sometimes go to
> single user mode to singleuser mode and use the Gimp with wm2.  
> Helps for my 486 ;) 
> 
> Hope that helps,
> 
> Yassen
> 

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