Get to know Linux: Fluxbox
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"But just what does Fluxbox offer if it is so minimal? Believe
it or not it offers everything you need on a desktop to get your
job done. Let’s take a look at the latest version of this
old-school Linux desktop.
"Mouse menu: This is the only menu you will find on the
Slit: This is a dock for any application that is "dockable".
Toolbar: This bar (by default at the bottom of the screen) shows
all of the windows of your desktop and contains the system tray,
current workspace name, and more.
Workspaces: Switch between different workspaces to keep your
Tabs: Organize windows together into one or multiple tabbed windows
to keep clutter to a minimum.
Keyboard Shortcuts: Create your own keyboard shortcuts via simple
flat text configuration.
System Tray: This tool is used to house tiny applications that
serve specific purposes (such as the Network Manager applet.)"