Fluxbox crappy? Now I'm hurt! I'm only kidding! I do like openbox, though Linux Mint 12 is giving me problems using fluxbox like the whole flash settings thing being unclickable. Might downgrade to Mint 10 or 9.sagirfahmid3 wrote:Running Windows 7 dual-booted with Mint 9 Isadora (LTS)...I used to have Windows Vista as well (triple-booted) but I got rid of it because Halo 2 sucked after I finished the game (Halo 2 has a low replay value in my opinion).
I mainly use Mint 9 (90% of the time) because as a college student, distractions like games don't help, and with Windows, that definitely is an issue Mint helps me get work done faster, plus, it's also my entertainment--whenever I get bored, I usually look up terminal commands, cool Linux programs, or post on the forums (for example, right now ). So yeah, Windows for games, and Linux for work related stuff + curiosity + "just for fun." I use Gnome most of the time, with Compiz and 3D effects on full blast, but, my graphics card busted so currently I'm using LXDE (and it STILL looks EPIC!) with xcompmgr and transparency stuff on. Most likely getting my gfx card back from EVGA next week (I have a 2 year warranty on my GT 430, so all is well!). I also use Fluxbox sometimes, but I think it looks crappy (no offense, but we all have different opinions, right?). I prefer Openbox to Fluxbox.
2. LMDE- Shell/Cin.-"SID"
3. LMDE-Gnome2.3-"Stable-Debian Backports"
4. SolusOS RC1
Ikey wrote:*beams at all the SolusOS users*
Ikey wrote:sagirfahmid3 wrote:...If you want some real experience I personally recommend Slackware. Once you get used to it, it's an absolute beauty.
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