On 4/4/06, Declan Moriarty <junk_mail at iol.ie> wrote:
> I am requesting, WITHOUT long testemonials or expressions of loyalty,
> bias or affection your suggestions for a window manager for the
> following environment:
>> 1. No gnome or kde (or bits of them) present.
> 2. Keystroke operation preferred fo such things as switching
> windows, starting applications, etc.
> 3. Easily configurable.
Pretty much, although from config file in (/usr/local)/etc
> 4. Compiles from source without needing a dozen dependencies
> 5. Preferably has some menu system - not 100% reliant on
> typing into xterms
Icons possible, but there is no menu.
> I have been using icewm, but feel like a change for the new
> system. You only have to mention it, you don't have to sell it:-).
jordi.jane at gmail.com
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