jae at zhar.net
Sat May 27 21:07:34 EDT 2006
Another option for app launching is something like gmrun. I use it to
launch a limited set of apps that I just added by entering the programs
into its history file. Very handy for a few apps you launch fairly often.
gmrun has packages in most dists... or get it from its home page.
Manuel Colmenero wrote:
> On Fri, 26 May 2006 14:13:19 -0400
> mike obrien <greypins at nc.rr.com> wrote:
> > howdy,
> > is there some magic to getting idesk to work? as a perma-end user,
> > i'm often baffled by such things. is there another way to get icons
> > on the desktop, or is this my punishment for seeking objects of vanity?
> > mike
> Well, if you want a really easy-to-use desktop, why don't you try Nautilus or Rox?
> Try runnig "nautilus -n", or "rox -p default" when you run openbox. I'd recommed Rox because it's less resource-hungry. Konqueror can also manage your desktop, if you're more of a QT/KDE guy.
> Cheers, Kolme
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