ONLY IF NEEDED: Fontmatrix, XSane, scribus, stellarium, OpenOffice Database
NOTES: despite Nautilus, keep PCMan File Manager. But Nautilus has more features such as easy connect to a network, ... Fontmatrix is very handy, specially if you work on documents created on Windows. SMPlayer can read lots of multimedia formats. Therefore, you don't need heavy applications or several programs such as Amarok...
I like LXDE because you can keep it light & clean!
Post subject: Re: What extra programs do you install on your LXDE system?
Posted: Mon Apr 05, 2010 6:28 am
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eeePC model: 904HD
Aurora version: NBR 2.0
LXDE will also appeal to users who are dissatisfied with KDE 4 and Gnome. Remastersys has a very nice LXDE distro which includes an excellent LXDE Control Panel.Unlike KDE and GNOME,LXDE isn't a monolithic blob of all kinds of things that you start running when you log in.The provision of iceweasel, and whether or not oss is available,and the other applications that you mentioned,is a design choice that the distro made.The network tool can be an added application,wicd and Network Manager are two that are mentioned favorably and we have lxnm that is alpha state right now.
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