How To Install Enlightenment E17 Window Manager on Bea

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How To Install Enlightenment E17 Window Manager on Bea

Postby mumbo719 » Sat Feb 10, 2007 8:31 pm

Compliments of tcrroadie @ Ubuntu Forums

Make sure your system is up to date.

In a terminal run the following commands.

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 sudo aptitude update


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 sudo aptitude upgrade


Next we will add the needed repository for E17 to our apt sources list.

In a terminal copy and past the following command.

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 sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list




There are two repositories available. Add one of the following repositories to the end of your apt sources list.

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 ## E17 repository "edevelop.org"
deb http://edevelop.org/pkg-e/ubuntu edgy e17
deb-src http://edevelop.org/pkg-e/ubuntu edgy e17


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 ## E17 Repository "e17.dunnewind.net"
deb http://e17.dunnewind.net/ubuntu edgy e17
deb-src http://e17.dunnewind.net/ubuntu edgy e17


Save and close gedit.

Add the key.

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 wget http://lut1n.ifrance.com/repo_key.asc


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 sudo apt-key add repo_key.asc


Install Enlightenment E17

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 sudo aptitude update


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 sudo aptitude install e17


Log out of Gnome. Select session in your log in manager. Enlightenment should be listed. Select Enlightenment as your session, log in and enjoy the eye candy.

For those not familiar with Enlightenment
http://enlightenment.sourceforge.net/
http://www.get-e.org/
http://www.elivecd.org/

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Postby clem » Mon Feb 12, 2007 8:56 am

Screenshots? :)

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Postby mumbo719 » Mon Feb 12, 2007 8:30 pm

Hi Clem,

I am not very good at posting screen shots.

Here is a video link http://enlightenment.sourceforge.net/Enlightenment/Screenshots/files/_files/e17_video.avi

And

A link to some screen shots. http://www.enlightenment.org/Enlightenment/Screenshots/

Lots of screen shots here. (scroll to lower half of page) http://www.cuddletech.com/e17/

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Postby clem » Mon Feb 12, 2007 8:50 pm

oh no, I meant under Linux Mint :) If we move this howto to the wiki it'd be nice to show some screenshots.

Clem

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Postby mfab » Tue Feb 13, 2007 7:38 am

if I only knew how to activate the w-lan with enlightenment i would send the screenshots... perhaps i can manage that this afternoon... :)

(can you just upload a picture to the forums?

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Postby bodker » Tue Mar 20, 2007 11:21 pm

mfab wrote:if I only knew how to activate the w-lan with enlightenment i would send the screenshots... perhaps i can manage that this afternoon... :)

(can you just upload a picture to the forums?


I don't have a fix for the w-lan under enlightenment but I have a work around. Log into gnome and make your connection. Log out and start an enlightenment session.

The wireless connection will hold through the process.

Enlightenment Rocks!
/drew

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Postby mfab » Wed Mar 21, 2007 2:46 am

oh i see... truly a great DE with no w-lan-plugin available?! :roll: (no means to offend, but loging in and out of gnome to connect to w-lan seems a little complicated for me)

now seriously: I would really like to have a closer look at E17, but not without proper w-lan working and unfortunately I won't find the time to test it during next weeks.

perhaps one could try installing the "wifi-radar" and connecting to the w-lan using the application via command-line?!

Besides, could you give further explanations why you think E17 "rocks"?
AFAIK E17 is faster than other DE, but that is all I can tell for now, so I would be happy to hear some more advantages/goodies about it.

greets mfab


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