icewm is a window manager for the X Window System. The features of icewm are speed, simplicity, and not getting in the user's way.
The Virtual Tab Window Manager. vtwm is a descendant of the reference X11 window manager, twm, enhanced to provide virtual desktops plus many other features, whilst remaining small and efficient.
PyWM is a fast, light and flexible window manager for X11 desktops which is fully (and very easily) scriptable in Python. Automate and control your desktop to your heart's content.
A window manager for X
Wind is a window manager for the X Window System. It supports virtual desktops, optional Xft font rendering, and is fairly standards compliant.
BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project
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A fast, unobtrusive and modern cross-platform GUI toolkit. Agar fully exploits hardware acceleration where available, but also supports simple frame-buffer interfaces. Agar is stand-alone and easily portable to new platforms and graphics systems.
This is a little windowmanager for geeks who like to get a fast and easy to undestand(code) windowmanager.
LXP is a desktop enviroment identical to Windows XP. LXP is a collection of different pieces of GNU software (icewm, xfe, idesk, etc) modified in order to look and feel identical to Windows XP. LXP has its own icewm themes and utility pack.
Screenwm is an extension to GNU Screen that adds (1) multiple region layouts within a single session, (2) vi-like movement within complex layouts, (3) window associations by region, and (4) control of remote/embedded sessions using standard bindings.
xlayout is a terminal based utility to get and set information about X11 windows and the pointer. Its designed to be easily integrated into bash shell scripts and takes advantage of the X11 protocol to allow it to access remote X11 desktops.
Xynth is a portable embedded windowing system, client/server interface between display hardware (mouse, keyboard, video displays) and the desktop environment that works on many hardware, including embedded devices (handhelds, set-top boxes, etc.). Move project source to github: https://github.com/alperakcan/xynth
A free implementation of the MacOS 8/9 userinterface and experience, using X11 as the graphical backend.
Sun's OpenLook Desktop - xview library, olvwm window manager and companion programs.
foxdesktop is an attempt to create a new desktop environment based on the FOX GUI library. We aim to introduce recent technologies to provide the user with a powerful, yet easy to use interface, but keep the applications small and fast.
A minimistic Linux window manager with css style config
Our take on a basic window manager for Linux which adheres to the philosophy of "do one thing and do it well." As a result, this window manager only manages windows and does not provide any supervision at all. Instead it relies on another program, such as wbar or web.de, to actually provide that functionality. And in order to keep administration to a minimum, there is only one config file that can be manipulated to change the appearance of the window chrome using css styled syntax.
small Viirtual Window Manager w/multihost panning deskops
this is a re-release (compiles via automake) of: Tom LaStrange (et al) Virtual Tab Window Manager* , cira late 1980's tvtwm is a small Viirtual Window Manager w/multihost panning deskops and a few other features tvtwm's prize feature: a small window of the desktop on the deskop called a panner (or pager). A pager allows the desktop (or window) to slide on an infinite backdrop to reveal more desktop (ie, 20 desktop in size). The pager contains a mini interactive view of the larger "virtual" desktop. Also: viewing other hosts as a virtual desktop is supported - by tabbing in between them. (X11 also supports each host runnign apps on the others' screen) (* also from: uwm, twm, swm, X11, contributors, possibly mostly so) notes: complicated m4 system feature is not currently working (linux) but automake configure makes the compile / install of this "classic Sun Site tarball" a breeze $ sh ./configure --with-xpm --with-shape $ make $ make install
My customized linux live spin using 'Awesome' the Window Manager (WM)
My customized linux live spin using 'Awesome' the Window Manager (WM) If you are not familiar with the AwesomeWM you might have troubles using this LiveOS, unless you are experienced with Linux in general. If you are looking for a Windows (Microsoft TM) or iOS (Apple TM) alternative, this Linux spin is NOT for you! As the linux base system i'm using Fedora, which i found to work best for the hardware i have. This project is in no way related with Fedora. The install icon is to be found in '$HOME/notepad' This is highly customized to my very personal liking. * As less GUI as possible * Console for everything * No bling bling but my scripts * LUA hardcoded applications menu Introducing my stuff: * Text User Interface: https://github.com/sri-arjuna/tui * Sutra: Random sutras from the Vedics (german) * Several small scripts Based on: * Fedora: http://www.fedoraproject.org * AwesomeWM: http://awesome.naquadah.org/download/ * RPMFusion: http://rpmfusion.org
The Wizard Desktop is a set of simple applications that maintain a common user experience along with a simple window manager. The underlying framework will allow a single-user multiple network connected computers paradigm. Communications between the framework and applications are standardized, programs can be swapped out at will. Please visit the OpenHub site.
Musca is a simple tiling window manager for X, similar to ratpoison but more friendly to the mouse and using a simpler keyboard navigation.
Implement window system for SDL. The idea is to make SDL's GUI easier to make, and to keep design freedom (you give textures to make borders). Restarted from scratch in 2011 and will be moved to another site when 1st usable version come.
A useful collection scripts (backup, security, system management, games, network, etc.). This project development in Bash + Zenity.
Ex Ovo is an experimental Window Manager for X Window System in the early stage of development.
An experimental Linux desktop based on Enlightenment.
Ziawm is a tiling window manager for X11 based on dwm. Its most important feature is dynamically altering window layout dependent on the application set open, although it is also highly customisable.