[CentOS] Light-weight window manager, recommendations

Mon Aug 7 15:55:58 UTC 2017
Robert Moskowitz <rgm at htt-consult.com>

I use Xfce.  Got into it on my arm boards with Fedora-arm, and run it on 
my notebook with Fedora_x64.

Thing is that it is not a group for Centos, you have to do the install 
by apps which I can help with, as I have installed it on a ClearOS7 
server.  A few things ARE missing and I really need to submit a bug 
report about that...

But Xfce is really good to work with.


On 08/04/2017 05:32 PM, m.roth at 5-cent.us wrote:
> So, I've mentioned that I've got an original netbook, circa 2009, and I'm
> going to put CentOS on it. 32 bit. Not huge disk, old Atom processor, not
> tons of memory. Any recommendations for a light-weight window manager?
> Before I went to KDE, I used fvwm2, and all I'm going to do is use it to
> read webmail and browse, read news, etc, so I don't need a lot.
>        mark
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