Planning on migrating all my machines to XFCE to avoid GNOME 3. Have one
machine setup and configured to basically look and work the same way my
current GNOME2 setup works.
I'd rather like to avoid having to go through a manual
setup/configuration of all the option on other machines. Therefore, I'd
like to just tar up the configuration files and copy them to other
machines. Where doe I find all the necessary config files?
It appears things are in $HOME/.config/xfce4 but I wanted to check
whether there are other places that I missed.
Is there a way to run the gnome-system-monitor in the panel? In GNOME it
appears that the system monitor has a dual live, as applet and full
blown app. I found the XfApplet, but when I add it to my panel and try
to configure it, the gnome-system-monitor applet does not show up. I did
install the gnome-system-monitor package, but maybe there is some other
package that I am not aware of that makes running the system monitor as
an applet possible. Any ideas anyone?
And the "best" for last, although this is kind of cheese I know. Can I
run compiz with XFCE? I have gotten quite used to the wobbly windows and
the desktop cube, and some other silly effects that I like.
Help is appreciated.
This is on openSUSE 11.4 (32 and 64 bit)
Robert Schweikert MAY THE SOURCE BE WITH YOU
SUSE-IBM Software Integration Center LINUX
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