Linux Journal: Useful Things You Can Do with FVWM
Jan 04, 2005, 13:00 (11 Talkback[s])
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"FVWM is a window manager used with the X Window System, which
is the standard GUI for UNIX. This article explains a few useful
things you can do with FVWM, including how to take screenshots
conveniently, how to easily change a window's title and how to
reconfigure easily a running FVWM instance.
"This article is aimed at fairly knowledgeable UNIX users. A
little programming experience would be helpful, but you probably
can manage without it. No knowledge of X or FVWM is assumed..."