[brlug-general] Learning the command line
mat.branyon at gmail.com
Mon Feb 5 10:32:11 CST 2007
if you want some of those fancy gui things back, give xfce a try. its
fairly minimal, with the ability to add any of the gnome or kde niceties
Joe Fruchey wrote:
> I have a 900MHz laptop with Fedora 6 installed. Gnome and KDE both
> slog it down. Not the the point of unusability, mind you, but I like
> things to be zippy.
> So I installed fluxbox.
> But I lost all my fancy gui-based Gnome config utils. It's okay,
> though, because I know those are all just frontends for command line
> utils. But how do I learn them?! In Gnome, if I wanted to change
> something, I'd go to the system menu and look. But without a visual
> reference, how would I know that xrandr changes the resolution?
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