Welcome to Help
I am little newbie in Linux.
I just came to know about this program in a tech-forurm and came here and download for my Ubuntu 6.10.
I download the latest fox_1.4.9-1_i386.deb package from the download section and install it in my Ubuntu....The installation is sucessfull...there is no error, but i can't found the program where to start.
Please any will like to show me the way how to find the program or add the entry in the start menu...or so.
I am eagerly waiting for it.
It's been a few weeks, so I could be wrong here:
When you reboot into gdm or kdm (logonscreen), you can select the session LookXP (or something)
I must be totally missing something here. I installed the newest deb, the one with gnome and icewm and xfe in the name, and there's nothing in my sessions. I thought I was loading a theme for icewm, lol, but am looking forward to trying out this new .. window manager .. desktop environment? So what all do I really need to have, and where do I get it?
Just for the record, LXP is more than just a theme, it's a modified IceWM - sort of an off-shoot or fork of IceWM. You need to download the lxp_0.2-1d_i386.deb (or rpm) package which will set everything up for you.
I hope that gets you going. Once you get logged in you'll see the default LXP theme which is an Ubuntu-ish theme (Human) there are WinXP themes (blue green and silver) and a Vista-like theme as well. On your first entry into the applications sub-menu you'll note that it takes (quite) a few seconds before opening, it will be faster after that initial use.
Anyway, I hope you like LXP and if you have any more questions feel free to ask them here.
Excellent, thank you Myles. Now to get my menu set up.
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