EDIT: Fixed my console font, got my internet drivers working, got xmonad up and running, dmenu runs fine.It's been a good day and I'm glad with what I've done on my first proper day with Linux. Although I think I'm going to go back to Debian barebones/no DE or just dive head in with Arch. Arch looks like a challenge and I'm well up for fixing some stuff.
I am setting up a lightweight server for minecraft using Debian Testing and when I use "apt-get install openbox" or "aptitude install openbox" I am met with 731MB of dependencies. I knew this wasn't right but I tried installing it anyway and it installed Gnome 3.8 with openbox replacing the default wm.
Hi I'm using debian as well as crunchbang. I'm going to ask my question here and not on debian forums because this is a pure openbox distro so i assume i'll get help here a lot quicker. I'm perfectly happy with crunchbang no prob.
comicosmos wrote:I would prefer to launch openbox rather than openbox-session.Yes, we know, and we showed you how to do it in your topic. You didn't need to bump a [solved] topic from last year to tell us again.
tetris4 wrote:am glad to hear you got it fixed.I will do this for you now, but in the future you can mark a thread as solved by editing your first post and adding [solved] to the title. Will do, didn't see a way of editing the post title but will do from now on
I've noticed a lot of members have switched over to xfce with an openbox feel on debian testing via omn's DTX.If we assume for a minute that #! becomes a debian testing build for the next release, there is also a chance it may switch to XFCE.So my question is, what are the differences between openbox and xfce, with regards to performance?Even if #!