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Hi eveybody, I want to install fedora on my personal laptop, but I dont want to use any graphical desktop environment, this way i will force myself to learn more. I want to install wm2 which i used to work with it on debian a couple of yeras ago, so is there any instruction that how I can do this?... (3 Replies)
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How to know what is my window manager from Linux command line?
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How to determine the display manager from command line? (1 Reply)
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Is it possible to create a window in X11/WM, but override the position Window Manager sets for the window. I'm not sure how to use 'override_redirect' flag, and what to do in order to use it. But the problem with the flag is also that it probably will disable all decorations... (2 Replies)
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Inspired by Window Manager of the Year threads from LinuxQuestions.org
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I wonder what WMs are used by UNIX people ...
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6. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have a Java app that is deployed on several Unix systems. Until recently, starting it from the command line was no problem. A recent requirement is to deliver a desktop icon that will launch the app.
I have launched apps with icons before, but that was when I knew exactly which window... (1 Reply)
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