"It was originally designed for Ubuntu, and there are now
instructions for installing it on Debian, Slackware, Fedora, and
Arch Linux. It's a nice little daemon with few dependencies; it
does not depend on large wads of Gnome or KDE libraries, so it's a
lean installation into any window manager or desktop."
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