Synonyms for openbox or Related words with openbox
Examples of "openbox"
Stacking window managers include Amiwm, Blackbox, Enlightenment, Fluxbox, FVWM, IceWM, MWM,
and Window Maker.
The primary author of
is Dana Jansens of Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Razor-qt works with any modern X window manager such as
, fvwm2, or KWin.
is the default window manager. The project has a perspective to offer a lightweight and fast System.
the Super key is an available modifier key but is not used in any default shortcuts.
is a free, stacking window manager for the X Window System, licensed under the GNU General Public License. Originally derived from Blackbox 0.65.0 (a C++ project),
has now been totally re-written in the C programming language and since version 3.0 is no longer based upon any code from Blackbox.
allows a right-click (or any other key-binding) "root menu" on the desktop, and allows users to configure the way windows are managed. When a window is minimized, it becomes invisible. To bring windows up again, most use or the "Desktop menu", accessible by right-clicking. Extending
with other small programs that add icons, taskbars, launchers, eyecandy and others is common.
In addition to dwm, dmenu is often used with other window managers like xmonad, or
, and other software like the uzbl web browser.
There are seven editions of Salix; MATE, Xfce, Fluxbox,
, KDE, and Ratpoison editions, each of which features the respective desktop environment.
is the standard window manager in LXDE, and is used in Linux distributions such as CrunchBang Linux, ArchBang, Lubuntu, TinyMe and Trisquel Mini.
Basic: This includes the previous Core mode applications with, depending on the particular edition, the addition of only the Xfce or
desktop environment, a web browser (Firefox with Xfce and Midori with
), the gslapt package manager and Salix system GUI utilities. This mode is designed for advanced users that would like to install a lightweight Desktop environment and add their own choice of applications.
ArchBang Linux is a simple lightweight rolling release Linux distribution based on a minimal Arch Linux operating system with the
window manager. ArchBang is especially suitable for high performance on old or low-end hardware with limited resources. ArchBang's aim is to provide a simple out-of-the-box Arch-based Linux distribution with a pre-configured
desktop suite, adhering to Arch principles.
As of Sparky 4.3 features the "MinimalGUI" and "MinimalCLI" editions (renamed "Base
" and "CLI") which provides the Sparky Advanced Installer which lets the users install one of 20 about different desktops of their choice.
There are only two configuration files, both located in ~/.config/
. They are named menu.xml and rc.xml. These can either be edited manually or with ObConf and obmenu, both graphical configuration tools.
In December 2007 the company announced
, which allows developers to create services that interact with files on both Box.com and competing web-based applications and services. The application programming interface is implemented over conventional XML.
Released in October 2013, the first hardware model is marketed as "PrismCube Ruby" in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East, under different brand names such as "Kasys", "AB IPBox", and "
ArchOne has three versions, each with a different desktop manager:
edition, GNOME edition and the KDE edition., but with the same application software, including Firefox, Google Chrome, Skype, KeepassX, Hsoconnect, Gparted, GIMP, OpenOffice.org, VLC, MPlayer.
CrunchBang was designed to use comparatively few system resources. Instead of a desktop environment it used a customized implementation of the
window manager. Many of its preinstalled applications used the GTK+ widget toolkit.
Inspired by CrunchBang Linux (which was derived from Debian), ArchBang was originally conceived and founded in a forum thread posted on the CrunchBang Forums by Willensky Aristide (a.k.a. Will X TrEmE). Aristide wanted a rolling release with the
setup that Crunchbang came with. Arch Linux provided the light configurable rolling release system that was needed as a base for the
desktop. With the encouragement and help of many in the CrunchBang community, and the addition of developer Pritam Dasgupta (a.k.a. sHyLoCk), the project began to take form. The goal was to make Arch Linux look like CrunchBang.
Despite having been superseded by the XPM format, XBM is still used by some modern but lightweight window managers like
to define simple button images in a window's title bar, such as the iconify/minimize, restore, and maximize buttons. XBM is also used in embedded processing (microControllers) to display Icons used in GUIs.
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