Is there any tricky chance of installing beryl on DSL? I think it should be possible with the Dabian packges but before I try it and destroy the system I wated to ask wheather anyone ever tryed it or wheather anyone knows that it's a bad idea.Hm...afaik Beryl is one of those window managers that needs much cpu power and RAM. DSL is optimized for low memory and cpu machines. Does this fit together?
Is there any tricky chance of installing beryl on DSL?
If you have the kind of hardware that can support it, I would think you'd find a better candidate distro for it. Beryl is, imo, entirely antithetical to DSL's philosophy.Do any of the current WM in DSL even support 3D effects? The amount of work it would take to install something like xfce or gnome or kde seems out of the question.
Do any of the current WM in DSL even support 3D effects?
No. As lucky said, the whole idea of a memory/cpu hogging environment directly opposes the main point of DSL, which is to provide a small, light, fast system that works well on what would otherwise be considered obsolete hardware.Next Page...