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live/ devel/ Edit | RecentChanges | History | Preferences | ?Discussion | live-manual About This is the documentation for Debian Live project. It provides a broad overview of the tools and philosophy of Debian Live, as well as providing details on how live systems may be built and customised by end users and developers.

Debian Live Project

Debian Live Project Live Debian systems! Live Manual This manual is under heavy construction. Please report errors, omissions, patches and suggestions to our mailinglist at and read about how to contribute to the manual.


Xfce - 4.2

Xfce 4.2 Documentation User Guide * Preface * Introduction * Using Xfce4 * Components of Xfce * Installing Xfce4 * Copyright and License Application Manuals * Panel * Window Manager * Session Manager * Desktop Manager * Utilities and Scripts * Printing Management * Settings Manager * Settings Manager Plugins * Filemanager * Application Finder Developer Documentation * libxfce4util * libxfce4mcs * libxfcegui4 * libexo

Xfce - Artwork

Xfce Artwork You can download the Xfce Artwork Tarball here. It contains some high-quality logos and banners.

Xfce - Features

Xfce Features Xfce provides a lightweight desktop environment with a desktop manager drawing a wallpaper and allowing you to have icons on your desktop, a panel with numerous plugins, a standard compliant window manager with a compositing manager, a settings manager to customize your desktop environment, a modern and easy to use file manager and a session manager which allows you to save the current session, autostart applications, shutdown, reboot, suspend or hibernate your computer. Xfce also provides common applications, designed for the best user experience. Among those applications are: a text editor, a sound mixer which supports multiple sound cards, an application finder to launch your applications in an easy way, an image viewer, a modern terminal emulator, an iCal based calendar to manage events and appointments and a CD and DVD burning application. Many additionnal features are also provided by the Goodies project: a Web browser, plugins for the panel and the file manager, standalone applications such as a dictionnary, a tasks manager, a power manager, a screenshooter, a notification daemon..

K Desktop Environment - Educational applications and Games

Learn and Discover with the KDE Educational applications Desktop Planetarium, KStars, provides an accurate graphical simulation of the night sky, from any location on Earth, at any date and time. It can control telescopes and has many tools for the amateur or professional astronomer. This new version now shows millions of stars, can predict conjunctions and has a Sky Calendar. If you start it for the first time, a welcome wizard will show. After choosing your location, you can click the "Download Extra Data..." to select additional star and image data to install. Millions of stars are available in the packages, as well as inline thumbnail images which show images of objects right on the sky. There are several interesting educational applications of this program as well. Pushing "CTRL-F" will bring up the find dialog. Type a name of a heavenly object to find it, like the moon. You might want to turn off "Toggle opaque ground" (most right button on the toolbar) to see the object if it is below the horizon. If you now choose "Equatorial coordinates" by hitting the space bar and set the time per second in the toolbar to 1 hour, watch. The moon moves - but, seen from the equitorial, not in a horizontal line! Why is that? The reason is that the earth spins, but not entirely as you might expect: there is a tilt and a wobble to the spin of the earth, and thus the observer moves up and down... Making science visible to children in such a way is a strong tool in the classroom, and this is a truly educational application. And it is not just for children, so be sure to have a look at this application if you are interested in astronomy!

K Desktop Environment - Extended Development Platform

Educational Applications and Games Overview The KDE development platform contains common UI widgets, but also libraries for interaction with hardware, multimedia, configuration and network transparency, among others. Some changes affect most or all the KDE applications. The most notable of these improvements include: The 'file open' and 'file save' dialogs have been touched up. Using the same infrastructure as Dolphin, they now also include a zoom slider and can show file previews. Sharing such user interface elements ensures a smooth and consistent user experience.

K Desktop Environment - Applications Leap Forward

The file manager, Dolphin, has seen several changes that affect your work flow and make file management more efficient. Folders and tabs can open automatically when you drag a file over them, making it easier to organize your files. You can also navigate with the Breadcrumb bar. And if you want, you can have that Breadcrumb bar always display the full path. To configure this, go to the "Dolphin Preferences" in the Settings menu and put a tick in front of the "Show full path inside location bar". You can enter a custom location in the Breadcrumb bar by clicking on the right of it, and selecting "edit". Revert it to its former state by clicking the yellow icon on the far right. Like with all text input fields in KDE, you can select a line of text and middle click in the field to add the selected text at that position. If you middle-click-paste text onto the "Clear text" icon (left facing black arrow) on the right, the current location will be replaced.



HP Open Source and Linux - Platforms & printers

HP is the global enterprise open source and Linux leader. In fact, HP was the first vendor to ship over one million servers and has been consistently ranked #1 for Linux server units and factory revenues both across our ProLiant and Integrity lines. HP also leads in Linux innovation - supporting Linux from desktop to datacenter, certifying best-of-breed third party solutions like JBoss and MySQL, pioneering Linux on HP Linux BladeSystem, scaling Linux up to 64P, and empowering 3D graphical workstations.

The KOffice Project - Download KOffice

Download KOffice Information KOffice is currently available as version 1.6.3 designed to run with KDE 3.3 or later. KOffice is released separately from the rest of KDE, so KOffice releases are not in sync with those of KDE. If you wish to use a newer development version, then you will need to compile from source.

kde office- koffice

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KOffice - Integrated Office Suite KOffice is a free, integrated office suite for KDE, the K Desktop Environment. KOffice 1.6.3 is the current official KOffice release. Please see the release notes for further details.


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SAM Linux Desktop is a self-booting live CD containing a complete and modern desktop OS. You don´t have to install it on your harddisk to try it (but if you wish - you can), it runs completely from your cd drive and your RAM. Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas! After more than half a year without a new SAM disk we are happy to give you a nice Xmas present: SAM 2008 "claw" release candiate 1. Here is the download: klick We wanted to release it as "final", but after such a long time and so much software updates we call it "rc1". We detected only some minor bugs, so there will be no big changes in the final release. What´s new: - SAM uses the newest XFce 4.4.2 as default desktop - SAM now supports around 60 languages out of the box - SAM comes with proprietary Ati and Nvidia drivers on the live cd, and compiz fusion pre-installed - many packages are updated to their newest versions available at the PCLinuxOS repos - OpenOffice was replaced by Gnome-Office (Abiword+Gnumeric) because of disc space limitations - SAM has a new start menu, a "hacked" menu from LinuxMint - the deskbar applet in combination with the tracker search tool gives you a powerful desktop search Note: if you have problems with non-starting SAM menu and deskbar-applet (after killing X or installing the 3rd party video drivers), run "restart XFce4-panel" from the "system" menu. Beside all this, the biggest change is unquestionable the introduction of our own package repositories, basically a slimmed down copy of the PCLinuxOS software source (thanx to Texstar for uncomplicated permission!), enhanced with some new built and some SAM-patched packages. This gives us the possibility to avoid conflicts with PCLOS releated software (i.e. theme packs) and also to make it a bit more easy for normal persons to "not destroy" their SAM desktop by installing the wrong programs (i.e. Nautilus, KDE stuff...). Advanced users who wanna have all the PCLinuxOS packages available still can use the PCLinuxOS software repositories, but wont get full support by our team (because WE use our own sources too). Again many thanks to Texstar and his team at PCLinuxOS and of course to MandrivaLinux for the great work and Server4You for the free server. Now let me come to an end, I wish you all the best and a happy new year, much fun with SAM - and don´t forget the feedback! Hafe fun, Nico

Fluxbox FAQ

1. What is the "Slit"? 2. How do I make my menus transparent? 3. I've set a transparency value, but nothing is transparent?! 4. How do I add fluxbox to my KDM sessions menu. 5. How do I add fluxbox to my GDM sessions menu. 6. How do I add fluxbox to my sessions menu in Fedora. 7. How do I set my background? 8. HEEEEEEEEELLLPPPPP! I don't understand Tabs! 9. Why does my application (e.g. xmms, mplayer) pause when I move a window? 10. I keep hearing about these Artwiz fonts! What gives? 11. Is there a way to have slit dockapps be in a certain order? 12. How do I change the toolbar Time format? 13. How do i launch apps automatically on Fluxbox startup? 14. All right, so how do I lay out my script? 15. Is there another way to do things? 16. Can I have an example of these startup files? 17. I make changes to my ~/.fluxbox/init, but they are gettingoverwritten. 18. Can I use my existing .blackboxrc for Fluxbox? 19. Can I use blackbox styles (themes) with Fluxbox? 20. How about Waimea and Openbox themes? 21. Is there KDE support? 22. Is there GNOME support? 23. BBtools won't copy my current style settings, even after restart! 24. Gtk2/Gnome2 applications look wired under Fluxbox, but they look ok when gnome is started 25. How to make cool terminal? 26. How to display logs on root window? 27. Where can see examples of dotfiles (configuration files)? 28. Fluxbox 0.9.6 is slow.... 29. How can I put Fluxbox logo onto slit? 30. Where can I find Fluxbox logo (and graphics, icons, banners, etc?)

Linux software [] system

Administration @ 176 Applications Communications @ 38 Applications Desktop @ 89 Applications Files @ 161 Applications Operating Systems @ 116 Applications Security @ 18 Applications Utilities @ 62 Applications Accessibility 2 Applications Hardware 35 Applications

fluxbox themes

Here is the section were you'll be able to get the latest spiffy fluxbox themes as well as the ones that is shipped in the tarball (if you somehow lost or removed them). Submit Fluxbox Themes Please, do not send us themes you made anymore. Instead submit them at Default Fluxbox Styles Artwiz, Carbondioxide, CleanColor, Flux, MerleyKay, Nyz, Outcomes, Rancor, Shade, TDF, qnx-photon, Blue, Clean, Cthulhain, Makro, Minimal, Operation, Rampage, Results, Spiff, Twice :download / 7.93 KB

xfce pt_BR

Sobre o Xfce "Xfce é um ambiente de desktop leve para vários sistemas *NIX. Projetado para ser produtivo, ele carrega e executa as aplicações rapidamente, enquanto conserva os recursos disponíveis do sistema." - Olivier Fourdan, criador do Xfce Xfce 4.4 incorpora a filosofia tradicional de reutilização e modularidade do UNIX. Ele consiste de um número de componentes que juntos fornecem a funcionalidade completa para o ambiente de desktop. Eles são empacotados separadamente e você pode selecionar os pacotes disponíveis para criar o melhor ambiente de trabalho personalizado.