14.2 with Openbox or Fluxbox
Posted: 21. Aug 2017, 03:54
I want a very lightweight window manager. It may be easier to download XFCE edition and install Core + X set + Fvwm95 or something like that? What would you recommend?
The Bonsai OS
Nice idea! Although then have to clean up too much...mimosa wrote:I'd go for the full Xfce version (unless your hard disk is under ~15GB) and just install the WM of your choice. There is a wide selection in the repositories.
I wonder why?A package for ratpoison is available here - for some reason it never got uploaded to the repositories.
I've been wanting to try something like this.That's what I use myself.
Apparently, You meant to say "not very stable". Then it does not suit me.Slackel comes in an Openbox flavour: However, unlike Salix, this is based on Slackware current, though it is very stable in everyday use.
I use Slackel Openbox as my main OS for everyday use. It is stable. Just give it a try.AlYuSed wrote: Apparently, You meant to say "not very stable". Then it does not suit me.
I do not need either Thunderbird or LibreOffice at all. Firefox will probably replace with something lighter, such as QupZilla. And I have no problem to read English, I even had read fiction and science-fiction. Now just once, I have not read even Russian books, except computer science. I want to create a simple compiler (not for the public, of course, just for self-improvement). But in any case, thanks for the offer, I am now studying features of Slackel and Slint. If I understand correctly, Slackel is a rolling release Salix, and Slint - international version of Slackware. Of course, I understand that they represent something more, but I'm talking about features that are visible from the height of bird flight.DidierSpaier wrote:Not to influence your decision in any way, but Slint installer can be used in Russian. And if you do, or choose a Russian locale for your installed system, you will get main software in Russian out of the box, including Firefox, Thunderbird and LibreOffice