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I'm talking low resource as in runs on a 16 Mb card from 1998. I don't want fancy OSX docks, because they're ugly. I want something to use in place ...
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    Thumbs up Looking for a low resource dock.


    I'm talking low resource as in runs on a 16 Mb card from 1998. I don't want fancy OSX docks, because they're ugly. I want something to use in place of icons, since I've got a massive boner for Fluxbox.

    If it helps, the rest of the computer isn't from '98. I just wasn't concerned with gaming or anything when I bought this computer six years ago.

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    Icewm is pretty low resource. I use it. Ya didn't mention what distro you are running so I can't tell ya if it is in your package manager or not.
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    Wbar is about the only lightweight dock I know of.

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    I forgot about that one Reed. Thanks for reminding me. I use Rox Pinboard Desktop in Fluxbox myself.
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