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Title: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: oberon on 03. January 2016, 10:50:04
Here comes the updated version of Manjaro Fluxbox.

(https://a.fsdn.com/con/app/proj/manjaro-fluxbox/screenshots/terminal.png)

(https://a.fsdn.com/con/app/proj/manjaro-fluxbox/screenshots/both_menus.png)

(https://a.fsdn.com/con/app/proj/manjaro-fluxbox/screenshots/office.png)

There haven't been any major changes since the recent 15.11 edition, besides I was finally able to fix that nasty xdg-open loop that was also pestering us in i3 ::) ;)

features:

* Manjaro-Welcome
* Manjaro-Settings-Manager
* package manager: Pamac
* file manager: Pcmanfm
* Lxterminal
* internet browser: Palemoon
* Claws-Mail
* Hexchat
* Abiword, Mousepad, Nano
* Gnumeric, Galculator
* Pinta, Geeqie, Nitrogen wallpaper changer, Qpdfview
* Pulseaudio, Lxmusic, VLC media-player
* screenshooter Scrot with fb-screenshot
* Gparted
* Manjaro-Printer (CUPS), Simple-Scan
* Plank, advanced Fluxbox-menu with Fbmenugen and Dmenu-manjaro
* Clipit clipboard-tool
* Arandr for screen-configuration and multihead-support
* Numix-Reborn icon- and gtk-themes, Manjaro-flux-theme, Compton compositor
* Yaourt and building environment for AUR packages
* Kernel 4.1 LTS
* available with Systemd or Openrc, 64bit and 32bit

Download here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/manjarolinux/files/community/Fluxbox/2015.12/
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: xlillo on 03. January 2016, 17:09:45
Thanks Oberon!  8)
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: Rocky-IV on 03. January 2016, 17:36:00

oberon - Please don't forget to input (Default Password & UserName) for "Live CD" iso on SourceForge download webpage.

Thanks a lot
Will test the openrc edition of Fluxbox

Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: oberon on 03. January 2016, 19:09:02
What do you mean, @Rocky-IV? The live-session works with autologin and the login/password is shown in Manjaro-Welcome.
Why would I have to publish it on Sourceforge? None of the Flavors does that... ???
And of course it's manjaro / manjaro as always :)
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: archiebunker on 03. January 2016, 23:05:15
yes,  Thanks again for FB, Obe.
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: eugen-b on 04. January 2016, 00:04:50
Thanks indeed, you saved many new users from doing all the C++ updates!

But folks, Manjaro users, Oberon would like to give his Fluxbox edition in good hands, as I read from his recent posts. If s.o. is interested to take it over - go ahead! :)
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: Drowy on 05. January 2016, 15:45:15
Can any1 help me with this annoying plank,it keeps appearing behing windows

lets say my browser is full screen then plank appears underneath the browser not above it so if i want to use plank i have to resize broser.
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: oberon on 05. January 2016, 15:48:44
Hi Drowy. I was never able to find a solution for that in fluxbox. The reason is the concept of layers and that Plank's invisible window is actually a lot bigger than the dock itself.
So if you set plank to a higher layer in order to have it in front of other applications, it will occupy an area of the screen where you will not be able to click anywhere "below" the area reserved for plank... :P
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: Drowy on 05. January 2016, 15:56:14
makes plank kinda useless but i hope there will be a fix for it
other than that i still love manjaro and update went well
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: oberon on 05. January 2016, 16:14:14
You can install docky instead :) Seems like the better option - I guess we should exchange it altogether... :P
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: Losgann on 06. January 2016, 18:21:38
Looks really nice! Well done, thanks for your work making this edition happen. I had two quick questions. First, I was wondering what the RAM requirements for the Fluxbox edition are as I'm interested to try it out on an older machine. Second, I couldn't find where to change the Fluxbox theme — there's no "Styles" option in the menu, and nothing in Customization > Appearance.

Thanks!

Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: eugen-b on 06. January 2016, 18:29:59
It starts with 200 MB on my machine.
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: oberon on 06. January 2016, 21:53:48
I couldn't find where to change the Fluxbox theme — there's no "Styles" option in the menu, and nothing in Customization > Appearance.
I have intentionally not included the styles menu entry because I think that the available default styles are all quit unsatisfying and some of them even mess up the layout completely. :o ;)
The style is set in ~/.fluxbox/init by the line
Code: [Select]
session.styleFile:  /usr/share/fluxbox/themes/styles/manjaro-fluxThemes are located in /usr/share/fluxbox/themes/styles

If you whish to add that to you menu, it works like this:
Quote
[style] (label) {filename} <'icon'>
This tells fluxbox to insert an item that, when selected, reads style file named filename and apply the new textures, colors and fonts to the current running session.

[stylesmenu] (directory) <'icon'>
Reads all filenames from the specified directory, assuming that they are all valid style files, and creates inline menu items in the current menu for every filename, that, when selected by the user will apply the selected style file to the current session. The labels that are created in the menu are the filenames of the style files.

[stylesdir] (label) {directory} <'icon'>
Creates a submenu entry with label (that is also the title of the new submenu), and inserts in that submenu all filenames in the specified directory, assuming that they are all valid style files (directories are ignored) in the same way as the [stylesdir] command does. Both [stylesdir] and [stylesmenu] commands make it possible to install style files without editing your init file.

If you'd like to edit the theme directly, here's a great guide about all the details:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Fluxbox_Style_Guide
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: Rocky-IV on 07. January 2016, 07:26:55

   I decided to try a completely unorthodox install of Fluxbox openrc.

  Lets see ... I used Calamares installer and used Btrfs file format for all partitions including the boot partition.

   Question (?) for the experts here -- Is there a way to convert an existing EXT4 partition to Btrfs partition without data loss --

   I didn't create a Swap partition since this Laptop has 3GB of RAM memory using an SSD (Solid State Drive).

  Not sure if theres any repercussions but all is functioning fine as far as I can tell.

  I haven't tried running a debug utility.
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: eugen-b on 07. January 2016, 12:48:39
@Rocky-IV, on btrfs you don't really need separate partitions. You can separate root and home with subvolumes. The CLI installer offers that option. But separate partitions will not break any feature. You can still make snapshots of the implicit subvolume which spans your whole partition. (The whole btrfs stuff might be inconclusive when you read it first time, but don't panic! ;) )
Here is a good (though old, but yet applicable) article: https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-convert-an-ext3-ext4-root-file-system-to-btrfs-on-ubuntu-12.10
(Also have a look at the second page of the article.)
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: Rocky-IV on 07. January 2016, 15:41:15
  @eugen-b

Thanks for that article link on EXT4 to Btrfs < > much easier to just say Butter than these acronyms.

Sure hope Btrfs & OpenRC support reaches more Linux mainstream distributions this year >> at least in GUI installers.

I experiment distro hopping a lot but Manjaro "Rocks" my World.

             |"I'm under an NDA and cannot discuss Microsoft Windows" |
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: Losgann on 07. January 2016, 17:02:53
Oberon, thanks for the reply. You are right, the default styles in /usr/share/fluxbox/styles are pretty ugh. Your manjaro-flux is by far the best of the bunch. I may just have to start learning how to create Fluxbox styles myself! So thanks for that link. ;)
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: simgin on 08. January 2016, 15:50:54
Hey guys I have been reading up on Plank https://answers.launchpad.net/plank (https://answers.launchpad.net/plank)
Some odd bugs appear, especially so called 'dead zones', where windows and Plank clash ie. transparency etc.
There seems to be no solution for it, and they are pretty certain that it is a Fluxbox issue.
Maybe use Docky instead?

cheerio
simgin

PS: sorry to be a party pooper  ;D
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: Rocky-IV on 08. January 2016, 19:49:21
   
             Hello simgin
       I'm baffled why no one uses Cairo-Dock nor recommends it.

I've used Cairo-Dock myself and find it has outstanding features compared to any other Dock.
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Cairo-Dock
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: dr-kart on 09. January 2016, 07:52:56
Laptop with radeon mobility x700.  i686 only.

systemd spin fills screen in red color after first reboot, right after install
openrc starts ok. But fails to add  Canon MP280 device. App can't find proper driver. Fixed after installing gutenprint.

Question: How to make autologin after suspend command with no password entering? What is that weird app started upon waking up?
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: oberon on 09. January 2016, 11:56:10
Hi, dr-kart!
About the red sceeen thing, I have no idea - never heard of anything like that ??? Is the checksum of the ISO ok?

"weird app" ... Do you mean the blurred screen with the coloured circle? That's i3lock with blurlock.
Some things can be changed, others can't I'm afraid.
The latest version of oblogout locks the session automatically before suspend, so you'd have to use a shortcut for suspend only.
Code: [Select]
fluxboxexit suspendshould work for a command.
If you would like to use i3lock just with a blank screen and the circle (without the blurred screen image) you will have to invoke
Code: [Select]
oblogoutinstead of
Code: [Select]
oblogout_blurwhich the .desktop file in /usr/share/applications/oblogout.desktop does now for you if you use the dock entry.
To change that you can either create a keyboard shortcut, or edit the menu, or edit the .desktop file... ;)
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: dr-kart on 09. January 2016, 15:48:43
Hi, oberon
Thanks for reply.
Now I can see that I'm facing with manjaro-oblogout, but not the original oblogout.
And as I said, I neither need nor like its (manjaro's) dependency of i3lock app.  Since I have to enter password each time my system awakens after suspend.  IMHO.
Secondly, plank's icons configuration drives me wild (c). 
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: manjone on 12. January 2016, 13:44:56
why releasing if the dock is broken!?
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: oberon on 12. January 2016, 14:35:21
why releasing if the dock is broken!?
It's not broken. There is just a better solution that we have discovered since.
If you are not satisfied with the way plank and fluxbox interact and if you want to use docky before the next release:
Remove plank, install docky and configure it yourself!
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: oberon on 12. January 2016, 14:39:31
I neither need nor like its (manjaro's) dependency of i3lock app.
As I was trying to say: It's oblogout that locks the session before suspend. i3lock is just my choice of a lock-command.
You can simply replace oblogout-manjaro with oblogout. Just make sure you remove /etc/oblogout.conf first!
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: dr-kart on 12. January 2016, 16:41:53
You can simply replace oblogout-manjaro with oblogout. Just make sure you remove /etc/oblogout.conf first!
oh, yeah... got it. Actually that is what I have done right after I discovered oblogout-manjaro app. But (legacy) oblogout was not functioning that time. Maybe due to not having /etc/oblogout.conf removed first. So probably I'll try another time. Now I feel confused about old (since openbox 0.13) not yet solved memory loop issue, and xarchiver rar issue
https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=29127.msg249086#msg249086 (https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=29127.msg249086#msg249086)
https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=26748.msg248758#msg248758 (https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=26748.msg248758#msg248758)
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: oberon on 12. January 2016, 17:10:08
But (legacy) oblogout was not functioning that time. Maybe due to not having /etc/oblogout.conf removed first.
If you want to use oblogout from the dock you will have to create a new .desktop file like /usr/share/applications/oblogout_blur.desktop but without the trailing "_blur". You can use the existing one but you'll have rename it and edit it with a texteditor and remove all the "_blur"s there ;)
The menu is (for whatever reason ::) set to call oblogout already instead of oblogout_blur. So that should work right away.
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: simgin on 12. January 2016, 17:19:47
Please respect Oberons work, don't like it, don't use it!
It is not like you have paid for it, but he has by using his spare time.

cheerio
Simgin

PS. Sorry for the rant, but it needs to be said.  C:-)
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: dr-kart on 12. January 2016, 17:25:17
For you especially, I wrote InMyHumbleOpinion. And that's it. C:-)
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: eugen-b on 12. January 2016, 18:06:55
@simgin: Well, I don't see any disrespect from dr-kart, IMHO.
@dr-kart, adding IMHO doesn't make much sense, you are writing that you don't need s.th., you are not writing that Oberon should remove it.
@manjone, I think you should have better described your issue instead of asking a rhetorical question.
Sorry, for interfering. At least we are all obviously interested enough in Oberon's Fluxbox release to write s.th. here.
Title: Re: How to remove Pulseaudio
Post by: blconde on 20. January 2016, 07:04:03
Hey, thanks for the reply, I just did that, but about compton (the openchrome drive in my via VN800 video card doesnt deal AT ALL with any kind of composition).

In the end of the day, I'm gonna give a try to pulseaudio, it's been a while that I dont use it, let's see.

Another thing: when I booted the live usb, my resolution (1440x900) was recognized, so the openchrome driver was loaded correctly. But after I installed it, it was gone (didnt even booted in vesa mode, just a black screen). Also, I had to plug into a cable for internet (I dont how to conect to wifi via terminal) and I did a 'sudo mhwd -i pci video-openchrome'. After that it was fine. I dont know if it is a problem with the installer (sorry but I dont remember if I used Calamares or Thus) or it is a problem within the spin itself.

And after a few more days, I hope I write here a few more cents, but it's my opinion.




Hi


In your home folder navigate to .fluxbox (hidden folder). In there is a startup script. Comment out pulseaudio (or remove the pulseaudio entry, better to comment out). This will prevent pulseaudio from running at startup. Remember to save the file and exit. By looking at this script you can see what is being loaded when you login. If you wish to add things you can, remember to add an '&' after each entry and save. Fluxbox has very simple text config files, but little support. Play around, and have fun! If you are unsure, make backup files first, good luck  :)
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: eugen-b on 20. January 2016, 10:52:23
About openchrome, try to add kernel parameters (by editing /etc/default/grub GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT=" ") vga=792 via.modeset=0 or a different vga= and modprobe.blacklist=viafb
I tried myself to get VIA VX800 running on Manjaro but found out that it runs on older Linux (Debian Wheezy based), but as your card was detected on Live CD it is likely that you can make it run.
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: blconde on 20. January 2016, 13:03:22
Thanks, I'll try keep that in mind (or come back here) for the next release and/or to config another distro I would use in the future.
BTW, soon I'm gonna write a whole post about my issues with openchrome, maybe you want to take a look. Here's a bug I face in almost every distro I try: http://itmag.es/2Rt2Z (and yes, I can even take screenshots from it, eheh).
This Manjaro release is free from this horrible redish color corruption.
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: daogiahieu on 21. January 2016, 05:58:35
Can i ask somethings ?
Why do you include Palemoon in this iso file ?, why not firefox like manjaro KDE or XFCE ?
I am using KDE but now i want to try some Window managers, i have tried manjaro openbox, i don't know if fluxbox is lighter than it ?
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: blconde on 21. January 2016, 07:14:05
IMO, no, Fluxbox is just about the same resources hungry than Openbox (both very light, of course), but the folks here maybe have more details about that. There are a few usability differences, like Fluxbox has it's own built in panel (which is very light and a little incomplete; again, IMO), Openbox doesnt, I guess Manjaro Openbox runs tint2 panel.
Maybe, if really wanna try the lightest WM in class (stacking style), take a look at JWM. Here's Manjaro version (which I'm also testing for a few days and then I believe I'll pick a winner for my day to day usage): https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=29323.0 .
BTW, this Fluxbox version, so far, I believe is little more polished, but the JWM one is lighter (doesnt come with pulseaudio, ie) and it's ahead in the race, to me.
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: eugen-b on 21. January 2016, 10:21:22
@daogiahieu, palemoon takes less disk space and is a bit lighter on RAM. So the question for me would be rather why firefox? ;) Firefox is definitely more popular, but Fluxbox edition got popular enough anyway.

@blconde, I would share with you two links to my topics which might be of interest to you:
Fluxbox menu with icons & tint2 instead of the taskbar (https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=29245.0)
Manjaro does boot on VIA VX800 chipset (https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=24872.msg213914)
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: daogiahieu on 21. January 2016, 15:12:52
@blconde, @eugen-b
thank for answering :D, at the end of this month when i finish all my exams, i will have two rest week, must try fluxbox and JWM ;)
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: blconde on 22. January 2016, 05:30:58
I'd like to share a few of my thoughts over the past week or so with this Manjaro Fluxbox:

First of all, congratulations, very very nice job the maintainers did here!

It's a beautiful community edition, very polished, and mature. Just keep doing what you're doing.

The idea of bringing kinda of a 'complete desktop' is working very well here: printing and bluetooth support, Flash in Palemoon, pulseaduio, the nice right click menu (with the handy 'Regenerate menu'), Cbatticon, Isousb, Gcalculator (attention to tiny details, very well remembered).

So, if I got the idea right, to bring a full desktop with Fluxbox (instead of Xfce, Gnome, KDE etc.), the only thing I would like to suggest is to go ahead this path:
- Maybe bring a bittorrent client? Transmission?
- Xfce Taskmanager instead of Htop? Or Lxtask?
- I like a lot Gnome Disk Usage Analyzer (baobab), I think it's very useful to seek (and most of the times, erase) old stuff in the hd. And is Gparted necessary? Or is it 'left over' of one of the graphical installers (I always get confused with Calamares and Thus)
- BTW, two graphic installers?
- Conky? (Well, I strongly believe this was already discussed, many many times, like a flame war, ehehe, anyway, I would 'vote' to include it, but it's not that big deal.)
- And I guess that's it.

Again, congrats, very nice release.

But I'm afraid I'm leaving this release in favor of JWM, which is a little lighter (IMO/in my cpu). But I liked this Manjaro Fluxbox so much that I'm talking to Holmes, the maintainer of JWM version, that this is a very nice remix to always look at. Manjaro JWM could 'borrow' a few ideas from here, but also have it's own path (like no pulseaudio! Ehehe).
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: vrkalak on 22. January 2016, 07:34:37
I am an avid Fluxbox WM user ...

The Fluxbox Window Manager is closely based on Blackbox WM.

Fluxbox WM and Openbox WM - can use the xorg-system-core, with NO desktop environment.  Much like what Crunchbang, Archbang and now Manjaro have done.

Fluxbox is still closely based on Blackbox.  Some say that, Fluxbox is the natural progression of Blackbox.  Fluxbox is a basic Blackbox; with a few more things added for user-friendliness.  Not to take anything away from the base-Blackbox build ... the BB-Devs did an awesome job.  I use many of the BB scripts, themes/styles and apps with Fluxbox -- they seems to be pretty much forward and backward compatible.

Openbox, was also, based on Blackbox but has grown more separate from the BB-base, with using and building it's own configs and apps.  Although, Openbox seems to be growing in popularity, with more Linux OS-distro systems using Openbox - as the default Window Manager.
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: blconde on 22. January 2016, 08:08:39
@vrkalak
Nice to know theses things, I didnt know that Flux, Black and Openbox had a 'common ancestral'. And would you give a couple of examples of BB apps (or stuff) that you use in Flux?
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: simgin on 24. January 2016, 15:10:43
Sorry but Blackbox FTW :) No flamewar intended, but I seriously love it's simplicity. I use Flux alot and JWM, started out with Openbox but haven't touched it since Crunchbang, a while ago...

Mr. Flux (aka vrkalak) came out from the shadows, long time no see. You have a massive trail of Flux all over the interwebs :D

cheerio
simgin
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: vstarsteve on 09. February 2016, 00:12:51
Awesome job Oberon. also liked your YouTube channel thank you very much .
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: sfermat on 12. February 2016, 16:16:44
Hi, i've a problem with multimedia keys, stop key specifically... The output of xev for working kwys (play, next, prev) look like
Quote
KeyRelease event, serial 37, synthetic NO, window 0x1a00001,
    root 0x24a, subw 0x0, time 10490309, (1055,25), root:(1055,68),
    state 0x10, keycode 172 (keysym 0x1008ff14, XF86AudioPlay), same_screen YES,
    XLookupString gives 0 bytes:
    XFilterEvent returns: False
but stop key look like
Quote
FocusIn event, serial 34, synthetic NO, window 0x1a00001,
    mode NotifyUngrab, detail NotifyAncestor

KeymapNotify event, serial 34, synthetic NO, window 0x0,
    keys:  2   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   
           0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   
and it work like volume down key
what could it be?
thanks
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: vstarsteve on 19. February 2016, 20:38:59
Your fluxbox is awesome and thanks for being one of the Manjaro maintainers.
Title: gratitude
Post by: patientZero on 16. March 2016, 19:10:03
Thank you Oberon and everyone who has helped with the Manjaro Fluxbox edition!  This looks really great, and is running faast at ~500MB footprint with 17sec boot!  Things run instantaneously, and the system is very stable. I did replace plank with docky which solved everything about layers and visibility, glad you're adding it to the next build. One thought: when i use the oblogout, i have a 2-3 minute delayed restart or reboot.. the shutdown process is just a flashing cursor in my upper left screen (i removed "quiet splash" in grub config, but no display of processes, just the cursor) then it finally shuts down. However if i end the session by logging out then using the shutdown dialogue there, shutdown process is pretty instantaneous. No real issues otherwise except that i personally prefer more minimal themes than the manjaro-flux, and so have opted to modify Elegant Brit (from AUR)'s config file to Manjarofy it!
edit:
after fighting with almost every media application and everything else for space at the bottom of the screen to press buttons, i ditched all docks and just configured hotkeys to open my common apps, set shadows in compton to false and albert or synapse launcher works fine now.  perfect.

theme available here http://fav.me/d9vhua3 (http://fav.me/d9vhua3)

(http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b166/mhartigan/2016-03-17-124245_1600x900_scrot_zpsuswvajyv.png)



Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: oberon on 28. April 2016, 20:46:32
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Udd9Tyj48Fo :)
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: fassil on 29. April 2016, 07:11:36
'LLo oberon,

Do you speak/understand french (with a little south-west accent) ?
Title: Re: Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.12
Post by: oberon on 29. April 2016, 07:21:33
 ;) pas tout... Mais je comprends toujours si quelqu'un chante ;D
Bodombodombodom...
Title: Tout n’est pas perdu pour les ISO communautaires de la Manjaro Linux… Joie !
Post by: nadal80 on 30. April 2016, 08:29:22
Frederic Bezies:
Quote
Le seul vrai gros point noir, c’est l’absence d’une ISO rafraichie. Quatre mois, c’est très long, surtout pour une distribution en rolling release comme la Manjaro Linux.

Il faut juste espérer que la personne derrière cette version communautaire lui donnera vite un coup de jeune, car elle est vraiment bien pensé. Enfin une version qui n’a pas été pondue uniquement pour le plaisir de son créateur, et ça se sent !

Positive review after all, currently I use the fluxbox edition and in my opinion is the best linux flubox edition available in the world.