Librenix
Headlines | Linux | Apps | Coding | BSD | Admin | News
Information for Linux System Administration 

Enlightenment E17

Up
vote
Down

The latest release, Enlightenment version 0.17 or E17, was released late last year. Iíve been playing with it for a few weeks now, and so far, Iíve been impressed. There are still has some very rough edges, but itís very usable. read more...
permapage | score:8861 | -finid, January 23, 2013

Enlightenment E17

Up
vote
Down

Most of the features are great and I think it is ready for your desktop. But there are still some very rough edges. read more...
permapage | score:8440 | -finid, January 28, 2013

Enlightenment 17 QuickStart Guide

Up
vote
Down

Enlightenment 17 or E17 as it is generally called, is a cool Window Manager for X. The latest stable version of Enlightenment is E16 (0.16.8.1). In this article we will talk about the latest CVS build available (0.16.999.023). read more...
permapage | score:8059 | -falko, July 20, 2006

Bodhi Linux and Enlightenment

Up
vote
Down

Bodhi is small in part because "The only applications you will find pre-installed on your Bodhi system are Firefox, LXTerminal, Elementary Nautilus, and Synaptic."
Bodhi Linux's advertised hardware requirements of a 300MHz CPU, 128MB of RAM and 1.5GB of hard disk space is certainly frugal by the standards of the day. I wish I still had my ca. 1998 350MHz 128MB laptop to try it out, the last time I used it was with Debian "unstable" in 2009 and it worked fine, but I'd like to have seen it with Enlightenment. Olwm was frugal with resources, true, but as a window manager it was computing like it was 1992 all over again.
read more...
mail this link | permapage | score:7914 | -Ray, February 16, 2011

Introduction: The Enlightenment 17 Window Manager for X (Ubuntu 11.10)

Up
vote
Down

This tutorial is supposed to show some features of the Enlightenment window manager as an alternative to the often used Gnome and KDE managers. I will install Enlightenment on a desktop computer with Ubuntu 11.10 installed. Apart from the login screen however, all of the controls shown on the screenshots should be the same for every installation of enlightenment, whatever distribution you install it on. Enlightenment is already included in the Ubuntu repositories, therefore Ubuntu users and those of any Ubuntu derivatives won't have any problems installing it. It is also available for download for most other distributions though. read more...
mail this link | permapage | score:7680 | -falko, January 8, 2012

Review: Enlightenment 17

Up
vote
Down

While true enlightenment may be an elusive goal, at least it's easy to enlighten your desktop...
I should mention that "window manager" isn't quite the right term for E17. The developers call it a desktop shell, intending it to fill in the space between a simple window manager like the original Enlightenment and a full-featured desktop environment like GNOME. In other words, they were setting out to create a desktop not unlike my own E16/GNOME hybrid. In this respect it does not disappoint.
read more...
mail this link | permapage | score:7170 | -Ray, August 26, 2005

PCLinuxOS 2010 Enlightenment Screenshots

Up
vote
Down

Screenshots from PCLinuxOS 2010 Enlightenment (E17) which includes various gadgets and eye candy without the bloat. read more...
permapage | score:6962 | -aweber, April 26, 2010

Review: FVWM, IceWM, Enlightenment, AfterStep

Up
vote
Down

Here is a look at four alternative window managers for your Linux desktop.
KDE and GNOME combine window managers with suites of applications to create comprehensive work environments. As complete as they are, it's easy to forget that there are other graphical ways to work on a Linux desktop. Sometimes a lighter-weight window manager is in order, such as for laptop usage, children's use, or quick startup applications. Here are four "alternative" window managers that are mature, fast, and functional.
read more...
mail this link | permapage | score:6929 | -Ray, July 31, 2004

Elive Live CD: Debian plus Enlightenment

Up
vote
Down

Elive is a Debian-based desktop Linux Live CD distribution with the Enlightenment window manager, version 17. On Tuesday Elive 3.0 was released to the public.

DistroWatch reported the details about this release, 'Elive is a Morphix-based Linux live CD designed for fans of the Enlightenment desktop environment. Version 0.3 is the project's first stable release: "Elive 0.3 released. This version includes hard disk installation, NVIDIA driver, the possibility to compile and install any program in the live CD system or install any extra package on the fly, stable and fully configured environment. With this version installed on the hard disk, you have an option to upgrade to another version with a simple apt-get upgrade." Also includes support for several languages, the second beta of OpenOffice.org 2.0, and the latest Enlightenment 17 straight from its CVS repository.' read more...
mail this link | permapage | score:6547 | -linuxbeta, September 2, 2005

Enlightenment DR17 on Fedora Core 4

Up
vote
Down

The latest version is Enlightenment Development Release 17, or simply DR17, and it has been in development for a long time now. As for this day the development has progressed to a level where the components are stable enough for non critical desktops. Thanks to the enthusiasts, we now have RPM packages for Fedora Core - setting up is much easier. read more...
permapage | score:4201 | -primary0, March 28, 2006
Large Framed Abstract Art

Recent headlines

SteamBox: Sabayons version of the Steam Machine

Install Virtualbox 4.3 on Ubuntu/Debian/Fedora

Installing Debian testing On GPT HDDs From A Grml Live Linux

CyanogenMod, the rest of the story

Parsix 5.0 review

How to install S3QL from source on Fedora 19

Quantum basic RDO setup (grizzly) to have original LAN as external on CentOS 6.4

Can we all agree with the Linux Deepin way of innovation?

10 basic examples of linux netstat command

Setup Dashboard and VNC console on Two Node Controller+Compute Neutron GRE+OVS+Gluster Fedora 20 Cluster

Gluster 3.4.2 on Two Node Controller+Compute Neutron GRE+OVS Fedora 20 Cluster

Running ProcessWire on Nginx (Debian 7 / Ubuntu 13.04)

Testing the Digital Ocean $5 Cloud Servers with an MMORPG

USB Redirection hack on Two Node Controller+Compute Neutron GRE+OVS Fedora 20 Cluster

Step By Step Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) LAMP Server Setup

No Starch Press has published my Perl One-Liners book!

Running SilverStripe On Nginx (LEMP) On Debian Wheezy/Ubuntu 13.04

Running ownCloud 5.0 On Nginx (LEMP) On Debian Wheezy

Using ngx_pagespeed With nginx On Debian Jessie/testing

How to install Lekture on Fedora 19 KDE

Tutorial: Create an NFS-like Storage Server with GlusterFS on Ubuntu 12.10

Tutorial: Webcam streaming your desktop plus audio with ffmpeg, crtmpserver, Flowplayer

LG 8-inch G Pad 8.3 Android tablet

10 basic examples of Linux ps command

Virtual Users/Domains with Postfix/Courier/MySQL/SquirrelMail (Debian 7)

Upgrade Fedora 18 to 19 With FedUp

 

Firefox sidebar

Site map

Site info

News feed

Features

Login
(to post)

Search

 
Articles are owned by their authors.   © 2000-2012 Ray Yeargin