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by Paul Jakma <Paul.Jakma at Digital.com>:
> > Virtual desktops.
>> isn't there a pager for openlook? i had one when i used openlook on linux.
> Even so, imo virtual desktops still doesn't make up for the ugliness.
You're probably thinking of olvwm, and virtual version of olwm. Olwm
was (and is, OpenWindows is still available in Solaris 7) supplied as
standard by Sun. Olvwm was (I believe) written by a third party.
> Just imagine that everybody who's been introduced to *nix in the
> last few years, via D-Unix, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX, has had to see
> CDE.. no wonder unix got a bad name.
IMHO a lot of people will have found it quite convenient that all
those Unix variants have a Common Desktop Environment.
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