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post Aug 2 2005, 12:40 AM
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Cant seem to save the configuration, ie the bar goes on top not the bottom, and where do I get the applications that are "missing" off the right mouse click dialog? Like configurationa dn whatnot? And what "other" window manager is there for it?
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post Aug 2 2005, 08:40 AM
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QUOTE(bam @ Aug 2 2005, 08:40 AM)
Cant seem to save the configuration, ie the bar goes on top not the bottom, and where do I get the applications that are "missing" off the right mouse click dialog? Like configurationa dn whatnot? And what "other" window manager is there for it?
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Are you editing your .icewm file with vi? If so are you saving the file? http://www.cs.rit.edu/~cslab/vi.html has a list of vi commands. To save and quit vi use the
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:qw
command. I have used xfce4 under X/Qt debian. I described the process on how to get it up and running in this thread http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=13536

Any window manager will do if its in the debian arm repositories. you can find the list of them using the
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apt-cache search window manager
in a terminal under debian. You can also fill in the missing programs with a similar search using the apt-cache command. you dont need to be root to use the apt-cache command. but you will need to be root to install new programs via apt-get.

For example you can even install gnome but anything heavier than xfce4 will probably be unusable.

Good Luck
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