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hi everyone i am fond of Gnome and that's why i was searching for Gnome for Slackware. i tried GSB, but it was not up to mark. now i installed ...
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    window manager in Gslacky in Slackware 12.2


    hi everyone
    i am fond of Gnome and that's why i was searching for Gnome for Slackware.
    i tried GSB, but it was not up to mark.
    now i installed Gslacky . it works just fine except one thing.
    my window manger is not of GUI, i mean it doesn't include usual tools such as i cannot maximize/ minimize/Restore/move .
    to add my problems, i cannot work with multiple applications concurrently.
    i can work with one apps only. this is not what i am looking for with Gnome.
    Please suggest any solution.
    regards
    Sorry, Linux is not my passion .
    Its addiction!!!

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    Have you tried Dropline Gnome?
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    this is what next in queue. i'll go for that if this problem remains.
    one thing in gnome panel pressing show desktop button generate error message
    Your window manager does not support the show desktop button, or you are not running a window manager.
    any suggestion?
    Sorry, Linux is not my passion .
    Its addiction!!!

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    now i have installed Dropline.
    but the problem remains the same.
    Your window manager does not support the show desktop button, or you are not running a window manager.
    does it shows that i have no gnome window manager?
    how can i find this.
    please help to solve this problem.
    Sorry, Linux is not my passion .
    Its addiction!!!

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