[nycbug-talk] BSD on a desktop (revisited)
Wed Aug 3 11:11:43 EDT 2005
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On Wed, Aug 03, 2005 at 09:27:59AM -0400, Josh Rivel wrote:
> Isaac Levy wrote...
> > What kinds of X11 desktops does everyone use, and would reccommend to
> > a possible 'reverse switcher', from a Mac desktop to a BSD machine?
> > I know this discussion has come up here before, but in different
> > contexts, (newbie users, people switching from windows, etc...)
> Fluxbox is good, fast, and lightweight, and supports key bindings for
> just about everything. Another keyboard-friendly WM Is Sawfish,
> which also has very good support for keyboard binding, but is
> dependant on other programs to be installed, gtk, rep-gtk, etc.
If we're talking fluxbox, I'm going to push my fluxbox page. :)
Has various tips, especially about keyboard bindings.
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