ratcheer wrote:I installed a minimal Arch Linux with awesome and a minimal LinuxBBQ with Openbox. The Openbox is much lighter.TimApples and oranges. It's not unusual for Arch to use more memory than Debian, possibly because it's doing something useful with the extra. You would need to compare Arch with Awesome and Openbox, or Debian with Awesome and Openbox.
COPE wrote:Openbox doesn't have it's own panel/tray.True, however openbox has its own dock: http://openbox.org/wiki/Help:Configuration#DockIt shouldn't be visible unless you've got some dockapps running. There a some apps that enable using dock as systray like standalonetray.
First, your post probably is more appropriate for the Off Topic/General Chat forum.Second, it must be possible to run Openbox in KDE based on this old thread in the Arch Linux forums:https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=5197107/07/2013-01 edit: Even better; http://openbox.org/wiki/Help:KDE/Openbox
aliasbody wrote:headkase wrote:Your other thread which was closed for deletion:https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=150020Differs from this thread in a meaningful way? As in, you are really using a Arch host instead of a Parabola one?I have the 2 OS installed on different machines (because of the lack of drivers on the linux-libre version of the kernel for my second computer), and I ha
So I'm using a few things as a guide: archwiki for openbox,tint2, and xinitrc, the openbox wiki on configuration and autostart, and my prior experience with openbox. None of it is helping with this issue.
Heads up, new minor release of Openbox.http://openbox.org/wiki/Openbox:Changelog#3.5.2Not yet in experimental. I tried compiling it on wheezy, and it seemed to build, but did not run. Then I gave up because I'm not using Openbox atm anyway.