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    Re: Zenix - Ubuntu Buddhist Edition - Linux for Enlightened Beings

    Quote Originally Posted by mobilediesel View Post
    I'd be interested in seeing Zenix use Openbox instead of Fluxbox since it's still actively developed. Fluxbox has had little to almost no activity over the past 2 years.
    No, that's wrong.

    I'm upstream. Check http://git.fluxbox.org/, there has not been a point release in two years. The code in Debian Unstable is just a few weeks old. Don't stop using it just because of that

    If you want to see it week by week, check out http://github.com/paultag/fluxbox/graphs/impact

    Thanks!
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    Last edited by paultag; October 8th, 2010 at 04:54 AM.

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    Re: Zenix - Ubuntu Buddhist Edition - Linux for Enlightened Beings

    Quote Originally Posted by paultag View Post
    No, that's wrong.

    I'm upstream. Check http://git.fluxbox.org/, there has not been a point release in two years. The code in Debian Unstable is just a few weeks old. Don't stop using it just because of that

    If you want to see it week by week, check out http://github.com/paultag/fluxbox/graphs/impact

    Thanks!
    Paul
    I might have to give Fluxbox a try again. I've been using Openbox with Tint2 for awhile now. If I remember right, Fluxbox has a panel built in so I wouldn't need Tint2, not that Tint2 uses much CPU or RAM.

    I do appreciate that, rather than merely telling me I had it wrong, you pointed me to the correct information.

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    Re: Zenix - Ubuntu Buddhist Edition - Linux for Enlightened Beings

    Quote Originally Posted by mobilediesel View Post
    I might have to give Fluxbox a try again. I've been using Openbox with Tint2 for awhile now. If I remember right, Fluxbox has a panel built in so I wouldn't need Tint2, not that Tint2 uses much CPU or RAM.

    I do appreciate that, rather than merely telling me I had it wrong, you pointed me to the correct information.
    Oh sure. You can get the nightly builds in our PPA as well.

    https://code.launchpad.net/~fluxbox-...fluxbox-bloody

    Bug reports welcome

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    Re: Zenix - Ubuntu Buddhist Edition - Linux for Enlightened Beings

    I downloaded Zenix but I see there is a password required for installation. Can anybody tell me what it is?

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