art.alexion at gmail.com
Mon Oct 20 13:00:54 BST 2008
On Sat, Oct 18, 2008 at 4:42 AM, Neil Winchurst <barnaby at drofle.com> wrote:
> I have been reading some of the emails referring to KDE4 both in Hardy
> and the forthcoming Intrepid version. At the moment I am using Kubuntu
> Gutsy. This made me look out for another Window Manager.
> I had a look at several and at the moment I am using Fluxbox with Thunar
> file manager. I like this combination. Are there any experts on either,
> or both, out there who have any comments, suggestions etc.
Thunar is the default for xfce as well. It doesn't do network
browsing. IMO, it is among the things that make xubuntu a poor
choice. To do a lot of things in xfce, you need to run the gnome
stuff that is installed in xubuntu. If you going to run gnome under
xfce, why not just run gnome.
That said, I like fluxbox for low powered machines and when I need a
gui on a server. For servers I install fluxbox or IceWM, and webmin
and do everything through the browser.
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