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  1. Re: fluxbox how-to (compiling from source the latest version) plus tips & tricks

    Thank you, I've tried fbpager wich looks nice and is easy to costomize!

    It also supports alpha transparency :)
  2. Re: fluxbox how-to (compiling from source the latest version) plus tips & tricks

    Where can I find an applet wich displays, on fluxbox toolbar or in a slit, the thumbnails of the other desktops like there is in gnome?
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    Re: HOW-TO iPod with (Ubuntu) Linux

    Is there a way to make Amarok svn automatically fetch missing ipod covers as it does with local files?
  4. Re: fluxbox how-to (compiling from source the latest version) plus tips & tricks

    Well...
    That's me surfing in this site with fluxbox...


    http://i1.tinypic.com/oaoz2x.png

    Thanks to everybody for your help!!!
  5. Re: fluxbox how-to (compiling from source the latest version) plus tips & tricks

    Will Fluxbox work better with the XGL that will come with Dapper?

    Is it possible to try XGL with Breezy and Fluxbox?
  6. Re: fluxbox how-to (compiling from source the latest version) plus tips & tricks

    And how do you suspend to ram or hybernate?
  7. Re: fluxbox how-to (compiling from source the latest version) plus tips & tricks

    That's a very nice file manager! ...and also works with tabs like firefox!!

    Now the only thing I need is a session manager...

    How do you shut down your computer with fluxbox? Just "sudo halt"...
  8. Re: fluxbox how-to (compiling from source the latest version) plus tips & tricks

    Try nautilus --no-desktop --browser
    or install rox-filer
  9. Re: fluxbox how-to (compiling from source the latest version) plus tips & tricks

    The "-n" trick worked great!!!
    I have a different terminal in each workspace! :)

    Now I have another question:
    I've ridden in the docs that fliuxbox doesn't have built-in session manager. Is it...
  10. Re: fluxbox how-to (compiling from source the latest version) plus tips & tricks

    I think Eterm supports the -n option instead of -name, but should work the same.
    I prefer Eterm because I can have completly transparent terminals with this command:
    Eterm -O -x -f white...
  11. Re: fluxbox how-to (compiling from source the latest version) plus tips & tricks

    How can I edit the startup file to make a certain application to start on a certain desktop?

    For example, on startup, I would like to run Firefox on desktop 2 and Eterm on desktop 1 and 3.

    Is...
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