exploder wrote:I am looking forward to the reaction to this release. Shane has added some really nice features not found in other Fluxbox based distributions. I was very impressed with this release!
The following packages have been kept back:
linux-generic linux-headers-generic linux-image-generic
Christopher91 wrote:So if it's based on Xubuntu, does that mean we will see a PowerPC version?
Windows wrote:How can I auto-logon without login and password? I can’t find logon setup command in fluxbox-menu
sudo mousepad /etc/slim.conf
# default user, leave blank or remove this line
# for avoid pre-loading the username.
# Automatically login the default user (without entering
# the password. Set to "yes" to enable this feature
Baphijmm wrote:Very likely a stupid question, but this is my first tentative upgrade of LinuxMint (from 5 to 6); is this done via a reinstall, or is there a way to just upgrade the packages?
shane wrote:This release uses Slim and not GDM... the configuration is different. Here is how to do it.
Windows wrote:Just one more ... When I click on the left bottom conner of the screen to show fluxbox-menu - that is OK. But when I move up the mouse - it is stopped by system settings sub-menu (i have Pentium III - not very fast computer). That sub-menu has too many items that is why it demands much time to process it. Then submenu is appear and I can't go up by mouse pointer upper of system settings sub-menu to call firefox or home folder for example. That is the problem.
I am currently using the Linux Mint 6 Fluxbox CE and everything works out of the box so far... including wireless.
I was wondering if there will be a Linux Mint 6 LXDE CE since it seems that LXDE is becoming more popular nowadays with good reviews.
I love the Fluxbox CE and would like to ask if using LXDE would be even lighter than Fluxbox.
McLovin wrote:check out this post, i am actually hoping to get Clems attention, as I am working on one.
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