Re: [gentoo-user] How many people use KDE?

2006-01-20 Thread Mike Owen
eventually, or even go back to Afterstep or Enlightenment, but for now kde-3.5 works for me. Mike -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

RE: [gentoo-user] 2005.1 Universal CD install

2005-09-29 Thread Michael Kintzios
and AfterStep are pretty usable out of the box, even for those who didn't 'grow up with' them, as many old-school users did. IceWM is for those who 'grew up with' Windows, and is probably a better choice for users who 'grew up with' Win95 and 98. [OT warning] I wonder, are there any statistics

Re: [gentoo-user] 2005.1 Universal CD install

2005-09-29 Thread Holly Bostick
stage of install, just to have something I can use to boot into, and have something like a completed system (meaning with X) installed, from which I then compile GNOME or KDE or whatever. Even WindowMaker or AfterStep will do for this purpose, if you like those WMs (and there's plenty to like about

Re: [gentoo-user] How many people use KDE?

2006-01-20 Thread Alan E. Davis
On 1/21/06, Mike Owen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: even go back to Afterstep or Enlightenment, but for now kde-3.5 works for me. May I ask others' experiences with e17? I just wasted my holiday installing e17 on two of three machines. It is smaller than Kde, but background is 20% of cpu

Re: [gentoo-user] How many people use KDE?

2006-01-20 Thread Hemmann, Volker Armin
On Saturday 21 January 2006 00:44, Alan E. Davis wrote: On 1/21/06, Mike Owen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: even go back to Afterstep or Enlightenment, but for now kde-3.5 works for me. May I ask others' experiences with e17? I just wasted my holiday installing e17 on two of three machines

Re: [gentoo-user] How many people use KDE?

2006-01-20 Thread Holly Bostick
you see me logging into KDE, you can rest assured that either: 1) my system is so seriously broke that it's the only DE/WM I can get into (which is pretty unlikely. I mean, I've got iceWM and *afterstep* on the system, for Pete's sake; the day that doesn't work but KDE does will be... The day

Re: [gentoo-user] How many people use KDE?

2006-01-20 Thread Shawn Singh
system is so seriously broke that it's the only DE/WM I can get into (which is pretty unlikely. I mean, I've got iceWM and *afterstep*on the system, for Pete's sake; the day that doesn't work but KDE doeswill be... The day);or2) I have been replaced by an alien clone (shoot first, ask questions later

Re: [gentoo-user] How many people use KDE?

2006-01-20 Thread Linux Java
the only DE/WM I can get into (which is pretty unlikely. I mean, I've got iceWM and *afterstep* on the system, for Pete's sake; the day that doesn't work but KDE does will be... The day); or 2) I have been replaced by an alien clone (shoot first, ask questions later). I prefer to use GTK-based

Re: [gentoo-user] Update portage cache ... horribly slow

2005-09-28 Thread Holly Bostick
(0.2.1-r1): Windowmaker dockapp which monitors up to 5 printqueues [ N] x11-plugins/wmmenu (1.2-r1): WindowMaker DockApp: Provides a popup menu of icons like in AfterStep, as a dockable application. [ N] x11-plugins/wmnetload (1.3-r2): Network interface monitor dockapp The only upgrade

Re: [gentoo-user] Slightly OT: favorite window manager/desktop environ?

2005-08-31 Thread Holly Bostick
of *108* applications in a 64*256px space (9 launchers per button, each launcher can launch up to 3 apps depending on which mouse button is used to click it-- and I don't have to run Afterstep to use it, which is the best part imo, no offense to AS). All of that fading and highlighting and other