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Fluxbox is hard to use, though. It's not as easily functional if you're not advanced with Linux.
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Fluxbox is hard to use, though. It's not as easily functional if you're not advanced with Linux.
I recognize that - please see my previous post regarding antiX including extra functionality to make a new user tacking Flux a more reasonable expectation. It's hardly a raw X server with flux ontop of it like a few of the other fluxbox-using distros are.
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I recognize that - please see my previous post regarding antiX including extra functionality to make a new user tacking Flux a more reasonable expectation. It's hardly a raw X server with flux ontop of it like a few of the other fluxbox-using distros are.
That's good to know. AntiX is one of the few distros I haven't yet tried... And I've tried pretty much every distro there is lol

You know, I've tried Pi benchmarks on DEs, including KDE, GNOME, XFCE, FVWM2 (is that right?), TWM and a couple others.

GNOME yielded the worst results, and KDE showed the best results. I'm guessing this isn't accurate to performance, though, since I know for sure that KDE wouldn't run on my dad's Pentium 2 450MHz, 192MB RAM system as smoothly as Xubuntu's XFCE does...
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