Yes I did it. I added XFCE to Paldo.
Take a look on this screenshot:
This XFCE-Repository is for the testing branch. We need some more tests before I can put it to stable. So I hope some of you will help me.
Xfce is a lightweight desktop environment for various *NIX systems. Designed for productivity, it loads and executes applications fast, while conserving system resources.
Xfce 4.4 embodies the traditional UNIX philosophy of modularity and re-usability. It consists of a number of components that together provide the full functionality of the desktop environment. They are packaged separately and you can pick and choose from the available packages to create the best personal working environment.
How to install
First you have to add the Paldo-XFCE-Repository to your local upkg.conf:
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Password: <enter your root password>
# sed -i -e 's%<repositories>%&\n<repository>http://home.arcor.de/paldoxfcerepo/</repository>%' /etc/upkg.conf
Then install xfce with this command:
To install XFCE-goodies run this command:
How to switch to XFCE
Log your self out of gnome.
On the startscreen click on "Sessions"
Select "XFCE 4.4 Session" and log in again.