John at wexfordpress.com
Wed Nov 5 17:16:03 CET 2014
On Wed, 12 Dec 2012 23:41:44 +0100
Jaap Winius <jwinius at umrk.nl> wrote:
> Quoting Sergio
> <sergiocmailbox-xfce at yahoo.com.br>:
> > Back when LXDM was just starting, some guy at
> > sidux packaged it. Maybe look at their repos
> > (aptosid) if they have the latest version.
> > LXDM is just as light as SLiM and the
> > language selector works fine.
> Yes, I've heard that as well, but the problem
> here is that, despite numerous efforts, lxdm
> has yet to make it into Debian.
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You can always download the source code for XFCE,
unpack it, compile it and install it on your
system. You may need to add some programs first
(as I recall)
opt-get install build-essentials
No one needs to be a total slave to debian
I use Slackware but have toyed with Ubuntu etc on
occasion. And I use Knoppix on my laptop.
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