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Old 08-03-2011
Window manager on Fedora

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? any feedback will be appreciated! thanks.
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Old 08-03-2011
why not install it with a desktop environment, but leave your initdefault as 3, making you boot into the command line. You can launch X at any time, but then you can keep yourself cloistered at the command line
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Old 08-03-2011
hmmm.. I was thinking that with the window manager i can have like few windows next to each other or so...and I can open up my internet browsers as well...
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Old 08-03-2011
You can try removing all desktop environment packages, and use only twm (supplied with X11), which is a very very minimalistic window manager. However, you'll still need a login manager like xdm if you want the system to boot to a graphical environment automatically.
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