So, on my old Netbook, now happily running C6.9, I’m looking for opinions for a lightweight window manager. Gnome surely ain’t it….
Years back, I used to like IceWM, but not sure it’s been kept up.
I have an old Gateway netbook that runs XFCE and LWM just fine. It’s Ubuntu, not CentOS however. Granted it’s a recent kernel and a heavier package size I would think.
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Mark Haney wrote:
which I hadn’t gotten around to – to get xfce.
mark “still prefer a menu on the bottom”–
I’d’ve been happy to stay with Gnome if whoever wrote metacity hadn’t
broken the function-key mappings. I use FVWM on Oracle Linux 6.9:
USER RSS STARTED TIME COMMAND
vogelke 160 Oct-30 0:00 /usr/local/libexec/fvwm/2.6.7/Fvwm
vogelke 4248 Oct-30 0:03 /usr/local/libexec/fvwm/2.6.7/Fvwm
vogelke 5728 Oct-03 1:32 fvwm -s
Can’t get much lighter than that.
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I used IceWM a long, long, tried it recently – it’s unchanged. Love it! :-)
Really? It didn’t look like the executables had been updated in years. But if they have, I *really* need to take a second look.
You’re in luck:
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/ July 30, 2017; 3 months ago