Libernode on Openbox again
"Libernode" is the name of my computer. After some time on GNOME I'm back on openbox and loving it.
This screenshot shows openbox running the following:
When I start my computer up it boots to console and I start GUI with a famous
startx command which parses the also famouse
~/.xinitrc file. I've set that file so that when I
startx it will start openbox, xfce4-panel, these adesklets above and the
nitrogen --restore (which gets the wallpaper I chose and saved last with nitrogen gui).
There's no desktop icons, but with some work with idesk I can have those too. I can't be arsed though and it's really fine this way. I primarily use thunar as my file manager which is fast and accessible enough from the panel where I set it to lauch /home/daniel/Desktop anyway.
Among other launchers in panel are the terminal, swiftfox, xchat, gtk-chtheme (theme chooser) and nitrogen.
Oh so cool! Mac OS X may induce envious looks here and there, but there's nothing like the freedom to set things the way *I* want it and like it, which I have with GNU/Linux.