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Re: [vox-tech] Window Managers



Thanks Orson... good suggestions though I'm pretty much OK with
VNC performance.  Was mostly concerned about gumming up server
performance with needless processes and memory consumption.

Rod

Orson Jones wrote:
> Actually, the problem with vnc is a bit different than the problem of
> minimal system resources. (ram/cpu) You might be better off going with
> the standard gnome install, but selecting visual settings that are
> easily compressed for vnc. Go to System > Preferences > Appearance. Mist
> is a fairly lightweight (visually) theme. Set the background to a solid
> color. Change the fonts to Monochrome. (If you can stand it anyway.) You
> might also disable the display of icons on the desktop.
> http://edivad.wordpress.com/2007/03/19/gnome-hide-desktop-icons/
> Set the number of workspaces to only one and removing the workspace
> switcher will help also.
> 
> Orson
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