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In A State Of Flux

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| For those who like to spend time and care customising their desktop and who
| are looking for a light, fast window manager, I highly recommend Fluxbox.
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http://reddevil62-techhead.blogspot....e-of-flux.html


Recent:

Technology: Fluxbuntu: User-friendly Featherweight Linux?

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| Fluxbuntu bundles a relatively complete desktop experience in ultra-light
| package. Those with significant Linux experience under their belts might find
| the operating system to be a miracle that brings their older machines out of
| the graveyard and back to life. Another good place for Fluxbuntu - and one
| where I think it is currently more appropriately suited than the desktop, due
| to its limitations - might be on a home server, where you don't want all the
| extras included in Ubuntu, but still want a GUI interface instead of a
| commandline-only machine. Fluxbuntu certainly has a niche to fill but it has
| a long way to go, and if you aren't comfortable using the command line and *
| editing the occasional configuration file, it's probably best to stay away
| from Fluxbuntu. * * * *
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http://www.techthrob.com/tech/fluxbuntu.php


Related:

Come Fly with Fluxbuntu

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| Fluxbuntu is a must try Linux distribution which I feel has a very bright
| future ahead. I think new to Linux users will be able to handle it well with
| minor trouble. But, it might take some time for them to get used to its
| Fluxbox desktop. Meanwhile, advanced users will love it for its speed and
| versatility. * *
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| All in all, Fluxbuntu is very much like Ubuntu. Those who want to try Ubuntu
| but can’t because of hardware limitations will definitely be fulfilled with
| Fluxbuntu. Those who have higher-end machines but are into speed and
| performance might want to consider using Fluxbuntu, as it is definitely
| lightweight and can make anyone’s powerful computer fly. * *
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| I totally agree on what is advertised about Fluxbuntu: Lightweight.
| Productive. Agile. Efficient. Ubuntu.
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http://junauza.blogspot.com/2008/01/...fluxbuntu.html


Review: TinyFlux 1.0

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| TinyFlux has earned my respect, and while I can't suggest it to new users, I
| can suggest it to the more seasoned user out there without hesitation. *It
| should also be good to use on all those computers that have low hardware
| specs, or anything that is older and has seen greener pastures. *
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http://www.raiden.net/?cat=2&aid=363


Fluxbuntu 7.10 RC review

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| It’s Linux. It’s lightweight. You have access to Ubuntu repositories. Good
| choice of default applications. –> it’s a very good choice for old computers.
| I’m going to install it on my parent’s computer (P2 @ 400 MHz, 128 MB RAM).
| As they use it for internet browsing, Fluxbuntu seems almost the perfect
| choice. * *
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| Also, some of the programs included with Fluxbuntu may be better, in some
| cases, than “classic” applications that do the same thing (Claws Mail vs
| Thunderbird or Evolution, AbiWord vs OpenOffice.org), on any distribution,. *
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http://distroblog.com/fluxbuntu-710-rc-review/


Fluxbuntu 7.10 RC on 450Mhz K6-2, 256Mb

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| In short, this is something that has been needed for a long time — a cool and
| clean Ubuntu derivative that’s at once lightweight and comprehensive. If
| you’re a past Ubuntu user and you have a 500Mhz machine in the closet, this
| is what you’d want on it. I would recommend this over Xubuntu for anyone in
| the sub-1Ghz range, any day of the week. * *
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| Try it. You’ll like it.
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http://kmandla.wordpress.com/2007/10...hz-k6-2-256mb/


A weekend with fluxbox.

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| My biggest problem with using fluxbox is not fluxbox itself. I wanted it to
| be able to save some resources for my aging computer but I still needed to
| use KDE programs. So I checked my resource usage with pure KDE and then with
| fluxbox and KDE programs. There was no difference in resource usage. * *
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http://blogs.ittoolbox.com/linux/loc...-fluxbox-18594


Fluxbox on Gutsy, just to be different

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| Just for giggles, I installed Fluxbox on Gutsy today ... which isn't
| really very daring, since the repositories have only been open for
| a day or two, and there?s very little in there that has changed.
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http://kmandla.wordpress.com/2007/04...-be-different/


Fluxbuntu - Light weight Ubuntu-based Linux distribution featuring Fluxbox
window manager

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| Fluxbuntu is a light-weight, standards-compliant, Ubuntu-based Linux
| distribution featuring the Fluxbox window manager.The project's primary
| goal is to develop an operating system that would run on a wide range
| of mobile devices and computers, both low-end and high-end.Recently
| since they started development on the PowerPC Architecture they also
| started development on support for the sony Playstation 3.
| Fluxbuntu now Officially supports most of the major architectures
| plaforms: i386, PowerPC, AMD 64bit & Intel 64bit and Itanium 64bit.
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http://www.debianadmin.com/fluxbuntu...w-manager.html


Distrowar: Fluxbuntu vs. MiniMe

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| Fluxbuntu and MiniMe are ultra-lightweight versions of two equally popular
| Linux distributions namely Ubuntu and PCLinuxOS. Fluxbuntu kept it light by
| utilizing a Fluxbox window manager as well as other unhefty pre-installed
| applications. Meanwhile, MiniMe uses a KDE desktop but with minimum
| out-of-the-box software packages. * *
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http://junauza.blogspot.com/2008/01/...vs-minime.html
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