From Issue #121May 2004
Hey hey - as a windows user I have to admit, that this piece of software looks great.
Then, why do you not change to linux 8-))))
There are still some working-progs left, that do not exist under Linux. And - to be honest - as I grew up with Windows, it is much easier for me. Greetings.
Can this be used with xfce ? i have gnome and kde installed but dont use them.
If so how.
As far as I know it would require KDesktop, or QDesktop, so probably not.
gdesklets works in xfce last time I checked, so you could try that if Super Karamba isn't working out.
Sure, it was populated with boring old Disney, CNN, and Forbes, but then, as now, Windows users didn't know computer internals could be so fun!
(Just being a smart ass -- I'm going to apt-get it as soon as I get home)
This is neat, but I favor the vastly more professionnal moodss monitoring application, which can be used to build really neat and complete dashboards.
This kind of tool is really neat!
You can check out the GNOME equivalent: gDesklets
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