If you start IceWM from GNOME, you can set your language settings in
Setting all available window-managers is done in
Example: For starting icewm you can use the following configuration file
Comment=Simple and fast window manger
This is how I install Google Chrome, as I do not like Google to add automatic cron-jobs.
I unpack the Debian package.
Some computer monitors either do not provide correct EDID, or no EDID at all. An example monitor is LG E2340T. In this case you can provide a hand-crafted EDID file in
xorg.conf. For setting the correct screen resolution in the EDID file you can either use a hex-editor, or use below short C program.
I recently installed Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty) on my new 2TB hard drive. I do not use the desktop variant of Ubuntu because I think it is too bloated. Rather I specifically install packages as needed. Below is a list of packages I install after the server edition.
jpilot, of course, see my posts Possible Enhancements to J-Pilot, jpilot-dump + jpilot-merge, Syncing with J-Pilot via Bluetooth
icewm, see post A Praise for IceWM (“not getting in the user’s way”)
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See how to use ttf fonts in xterm in the NetBSD tutorial.
To get TrueType fonts by default in
xterm I added the following lines in
XTerm*faceName: Bitstream Vera Serif Mono
UXTerm*faceName: Bitstream Vera Serif Mono