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Re: [tlug] fluxbox on ubuntu

>>>>> "JL" == James Lang <> writes:

    JL> $ apt-cache dump show gnome-applets | more
    JL> ,,,
    JL> $ apt-cache dump show gnome-applets-dgb | more
    JL> ...
    JL> $ apt-cache dump show gnome-applets-data | more
    JL> ...

Yes, but it seems that the actual applets belong to various packages,
not to gnome-applets:

$ apt-file search `which nm-applet`
mythbuntu-diskless-client: /usr/bin/nm-applet
network-manager-gnome: /usr/bin/nm-applet

$ apt-file search `which gnome-power-manager`
gnome-power-manager: /usr/bin/gnome-power-manager
gnome-power-manager: /usr/bin/gnome-power-manager-inhibit

Another approach would be to have the applets I like configured in
gnome/compiz and then search their config files:

find ~/.[a-z]* -type f | xargs grep nm-applet

but that doesn't work (no idea where gnome stores its panel

    >> Here is the question. I, a long time fluxbox user, recently installed
    >> ubuntu on my laptop. GNOME desktop is nice, especially applets, but
    >> not exactly what I'm used to. So I switch to fluxbox but still want to
    >> use some of nice gnome applets. To my surprise they work in fluxbox
    >> slit, great. But it's not obvious what programs they are. Some
    >> googling revealed that gnome network tool is nm-applet and battery
    >> manager is gnome-power-manager. Where can I get the complete list of
    >> available gnome applets, like the weather applet, keyboard switcher?

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