Archive for the tag "xfce"
As you may know I am using KDE for my daily work. However, I use XFCE from time to time – for example when I have to run a remote X session over XDMCP and want to keep a fluid feel to the desktop. When I was working in XFCE yesterday I wanted to use […]
Ouch… You just upgraded your Slackware computer to the latest slackware-current and you are using XFCE as a desktop manager. Perhaps you wondered why all of a sudden most of your panel icons are missing, and several of the icons that should display in menus and dialogs are gone as well. The issue you are […]
Today, Pat Volkerding published a massive amount of package updates to the slackware-current tree. The entry in the Slackware ChangeLog.txt measures more than 200 lines, and is probably the largest update to the development tree ever. Many of the core packages have received an version upgrade, but those changes may not be immediately visible to […]