Openbox-session Installation On A Debian, Ubuntu, Alpine, Arch, Kali, Fedora And Raspbian

Openbox-session Installation On A Debian, Ubuntu, Alpine, Arch, Kali, Fedora And Raspbian

openbox-session

standards-compliant, fast, light-weight and extensible window manager

Maintainer: Mateusz u0141ukasik



Section: x11

Install openbox-session

  • Debian apt-get install openbox Click to copy
  • Ubuntu apt-get install openbox Click to copy
  • Alpine OS apk add openbox Click to copy
  • Arch Linux pacman -S openbox Click to copy
  • Kali Linux apt-get install openbox Click to copy
  • Fedora dnf install openbox Click to copy
  • Raspbian apt-get install openbox Click to copy

openbox

standards-compliant, fast, light-weight and extensible window manager

Openbox works with your applications, and makes your desktop easier to manage. This is because the approach to its development was the opposite of what seems to be the general case for window managers. Openbox was written first to comply with standards and to work properly. Only when that was in place did the team turn to the visual interface. Openbox is fully functional as a stand-alone working environment, or can be used as a drop-in replacement for the default window manager in the GNOME or KDE desktop environments. Openbox 3 is a completely new breed of window manager. It is not based upon any existing code base, although the visual appearance has been based upon that of Blackbox. Openbox 2 was based on the Blackbox 0.65.0 codebase. Some of the things to look for in Openbox are: * ICCCM and EWMH compliance! * Very fast * Chainable key bindings * Customizable mouse actions * Window resistance * Multi-head Xinerama support! * Pipe menus

Installing openbox-session command is simple. just copy one of the above commands for your operating system and paste it into terminal. This command is available for Debian, Ubuntu, Alpine, Arch, Kali, Fedora and Raspbian operating systems. Once you run the command it will install the latest version of openbox-session 2024 package in your OS.