vrkalak wrote:I am usually, an Xfce fanatic, but I love Openbox, as well/
Now, trying to learn about Fluxbox.
Surprisingly, Fluxbox is extremely well documented and has some great Wiki/Wiki pages.
Just as easy to customize as Openbox is. Light and super-fast.
Liquid Lemur is a custom Debian Squeeze distro that includes the latest stable Xfce4, Cairo Dock, Liquorix and Debian kernel, and lots of custom scripts/artwork. It was created to fill the void left behind by others in the same class. The goal was simple…create a fairly fast and functional Xfce distro, that was also pleasing to the eyes.
kvv wrote:Liquid Lemur (http://liquidlemur.org/) is another new debian based distribution that uses XFCE and Windowmaker. As of now, it is based on Debian Wheezy, and includes Liquorix kernel by default. He has apparently included a lot of small scripts to make debian easier to use.
I haven't tried it yet, but it looks pretty interesting.
allengg wrote:Linux Mint , of course, but........(Knoppix)
my old friend Knoppix, which was very useful in checking computer hardware, or bug searching. Example if a system has a virus, but not obvious, I used Knoppix to check functionality.
Past tense. latest versions are screwy.
I have several very old versions but usually require hard wired net connection.
Any suggestions, please .
Good suggestions are rated in cervezas .
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