Changeset ab8a3cb


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Timestamp:
08/04/2003 01:15:41 AM (19 years ago)
Author:
Larry Lawrence <larry@…>
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update gtk+ intro, acronym tags, s/GNOME/[Gg]nome

git-svn-id: svn://svn.linuxfromscratch.org/BLFS/trunk/BOOK@967 af4574ff-66df-0310-9fd7-8a98e5e911e0

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  • general/genlib/glib/glib-config.xml

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    11<sect2>
    2 <title>Configuring GLib</title>
     2<title>Configuring <application>GLib</application></title>
    33
    44<sect3><title>Configuration Information</title>
  • general/genlib/glib/glib-desc.xml

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    99
    1010<sect3><title>GLib libraries</title>
    11 <para>GLib libraries contain a low-level core library for the Gimp
     11<para><application>GLib</application> libraries contain a low-level core library for the Gimp
    1212Tool Kit.</para></sect3>
    1313
  • gnome/gnome-intro.xml

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    11<partintro>
    2 <title>Introduction to Gnome</title>
     2<title>Introduction to GNOME</title>
    33
    4 <para>This chapter attempts to install a complete Gnome-&gnome-version; desktop
    5 environment and a limited Gnome 1.4 library environment that is
    6 sufficient to run Gnome 1.4 applications included in this book. The
     4<para>This chapter attempts to install a complete GNOME-&gnome-version; desktop
     5environment and a limited GNOME 1.4 library environment that is
     6sufficient to run GNOME 1.4 applications included in this book. The
    77order of the pages are meant to follow the build order defined by the
    8 Gnome development team as published in the <ulink
     8GNOME development team as published in the <ulink
    99url="http://www.gnome.org/start/&gnome-version;/notes/rninstallation.html">release notes</ulink>, with two exceptions.  If a package is in the release notes build list, but not in this chapter, it has been installed elsewhere in the book.</para>
    1010
    11 <para>The installation of Gnome-&gnome-version; is a large undertaking and one we would
     11<para>The installation of GNOME-&gnome-version; is a large undertaking and one we would
    1212like to see you complete with the least amount of stress. One
    1313of our first goals in this installation is to protect your previously
    14 installed software, especially if you are testing Gnome on your machine.
    15 Gnome-&gnome-version; packages utilize the --prefix= option for configure, so we will
     14installed software, especially if you are testing GNOME on your machine.
     15GNOME-&gnome-version; packages utilize the --prefix= option for configure, so we will
    1616use that and an Environment variable (<envar>GNOME_PREFIX</envar>) to add flexibility to
    1717the install.</para>
    1818
    19 <para>If you know that you want Gnome as your desktop, it is recommended that
     19<para>If you know that you want GNOME as your desktop, it is recommended that
    2020you install with --prefix=/usr. If you are not sure that you are going
    21 to keep Gnome on your installation, it is recommended that you install with
     21to keep GNOME on your installation, it is recommended that you install with
    2222--prefix=/opt/gnome-&gnome-version;.  Setting the Environment variable and the
    2323additional edits required by the second option are covered on the
    2424pre-installation page.</para>
    2525
    26 <para>If you choose the second option, removal of Gnome-2.2 is as easy
     26<para>If you choose the second option, removal of GNOME-2.2 is as easy
    2727as removing the edits from the pre-installation page and issueing the following command:
    2828<screen><userinput><command>rm /opt/gnome-&gnome-version; -r </command></userinput></screen></para>
    2929
    30 <para>If your system was completely built per LFS and BLFS
    31 instructions, you have a very good chance of using Gnome-&gnome-version;
    32 after your first install.  If you are a typical LFS user, you have made
     30<para>If your system was completely built per <acronym>LFS</acronym> and
     31<acronym>BLFS</acronym>
     32instructions, you have a very good chance of using GNOME-&gnome-version;
     33after your first install.  If you are a typical <acronym>LFS</acronym> user, you have made
    3334modifications to the instructions along the way knowing that you have to
    3435take those modifications into account on future installations.  You
    35 should have no problems integrating Gnome-&gnome-version; into your unique setup, but
    36 you will have 28 to 33 packages installed before you can run Gnome
     36should have no problems integrating GNOME-&gnome-version; into your unique setup, but
     37you will have 28 to 33 packages installed before you can run GNOME
    3738through any testing (assuming your window manager is preinstalled and
    38 tested). We would anticipate that you will be rebuilding gnome at least
     39tested). We would anticipate that you will be rebuilding GNOME at least
    3940once to make adjustments for your setup.</para>
    4041
    41 <para>If you are building a Gnome 1.4 desktop environment, you would
    42 install only those libraries in the Gnome 1.4 chapter
    43 <emphasis>and</emphasis> any dependencies listed on those pages, whether labeled or not. Gnome packages without pages are simply installed with:
     42<para>If you are building a GNOME 1.4 desktop environment, you would
     43install only those libraries in the GNOME 1.4 chapter
     44<emphasis>and</emphasis> any dependencies listed on those pages, whether labeled or not. GNOME packages without pages are simply installed with:
    4445<screen><command>./configure --prefix=/opt/gnome &amp;&amp;
    4546make &amp;&amp;
    4647make install</command></screen>
    47 These instructions are simplistic to facilitate removal of Gnome 1.4
    48 from BLFS systems when it is no longer necessary.  These instructions
    49 may be refined later to comply with BLFS standards for file locations,
     48These instructions are simplistic to facilitate removal of GNOME 1.4
     49from <acronym>BLFS</acronym> systems when it is no longer necessary.  These instructions
     50may be refined later to comply with <acronym>BLFS</acronym> standards for file locations,
    5051specifically <filename class='directory'>/opt/gnome/etc</filename> to
    5152<filename class='directory'>/etc</filename> and <filename
    5253class='directory'>/opt/gnome/var</filename> to
    53 <filename class='directory'>/var</filename>.  You should consider using the Gnome 1.4 hint
     54<filename class='directory'>/var</filename>.  You should consider using the GNOME 1.4 hint
    5455located at <ulink url="http://hints.linuxfromscratch.org/hints"/> if you
    55 have no interest in Gnome-&gnome-version;.</para>
     56have no interest in GNOME-&gnome-version;.</para>
    5657
    57 <para><screen>Gnome-&gnome-version; requires:
     58<para><screen>GNOME-&gnome-version; requires:
    5859<xref linkend="xfree86"/>, <xref linkend="GTK2"/>, <xref linkend="libpng"/>,
    5960<xref linkend="libjpeg"/>, <xref linkend="libtiff"/>, <xref linkend="popt"/>
  • gnome/gnome.xml

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    11<part id="gnome" xreflabel="gnome">
    22<?dbhtml filename="gnome.html" dir="gnome"?>
    3 <title>Gnome</title>
     3<title>GNOME</title>
    44
    55&gnome-intro;
  • gnome/lib/linc/linc-exp.xml

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    22<title>Command explanations</title>
    33
    4 <para><command>--with-openssl</command> : This switch compiles linc
    5 with OpenSSL support.</para>
     4<para><command>--with-openssl</command> : This switch compiles
     5<application>linc</application>
     6with <application>OpenSSL</application> support.</para>
    67
    78<para><command>--disable-gtk-doc</command> : This switch will
    8 prevent the rebuilding of the API documentation during the make command.</para>
     9prevent the rebuilding of the <acronym>API</acronym> documentation during the make command.</para>
    910
    1011</sect2>
  • introduction/welcome/changelog.xml

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    1515
    1616<listitem><para>August 3rd, 2003 [larry]: modified intro to
    17 qt, startup-notification, slrn, popt and slang.</para></listitem>
     17qt, gtk+, startup-notification, slrn, popt and slang.</para></listitem>
    1818
    1919<listitem><para>August 3rd, 2003 [larry]: basicnet: updated to
  • preface/organization.xml

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    1212<para>Here we introduce basic configuration and security issues.  We also
    1313discuss a range of editors, filesystems and shells which aren't covered in
    14 the main LFS book.</para></sect2>
     14the main <acronym>LFS</acronym> book.</para></sect2>
    1515
    1616<sect2><title>Part III - General Libraries and Utilities</title>
    1717<para>In this section we cover libraries which are often needed by the rest
    1818of the book as well as system utilities.  Information on Programming
    19 (including recompiling gcc to support its full range of languages) concludes
     19(including recompiling <application>gcc</application> to support its full range of languages) concludes
    2020this part.</para></sect2>
    2121
    2222<sect2><title>Part IV - Connecting to a Network</title>
    2323<para>Here we cover how to connect to a network when you aren't using
    24 the simple static IP setup given in the main LFS book.</para></sect2>
     24the simple static <acronym>IP</acronym> setup given in the main
     25<acronym>LFS</acronym> book.</para></sect2>
    2526
    2627<sect2><title>Part V - Basic Networking</title>
     
    2930
    3031<sect2><title>Part VI - Server Networking</title>
    31 <para>Here we deal with setting up mail and other servers (such as SSH,
    32 CVS, etc.).</para></sect2>
     32<para>Here we deal with setting up mail and other servers (such as
     33<application>SSH</application>,
     34<application>CVS</application>, etc.).</para></sect2>
    3335
    3436<sect2><title>Part VII - Content Serving</title>
     
    3739
    3840<sect2><title>Part VIII - X + Window Managers</title>
    39 <para>This part explains how to set up a basic XFree86 installation along
    40 with some generic X libraries and Window managers.</para></sect2>
     41<para>This part explains how to set up a basic
     42<application>XFree86</application> installation along
     43with some generic <application>X</application> libraries and Window managers.</para></sect2>
    4144
    4245<sect2><title>Part IX - KDE</title>
     
    4447it, this part covers it.</para></sect2>
    4548
    46 <sect2><title>Part X - Gnome</title>
    47 <para>Gnome is the main alternative to KDE in the Desktop Environment arena
    48 and we cover both gnome-1.4 and gnome-2.2 here.</para></sect2>
     49<sect2><title>Part X - GNOME</title>
     50<para><application>GNOME</application> is the main alternative to <application>KDE</application> in the Desktop Environment arena
     51and we cover both gnome-1.4 and gnome-&gnome-version; here.</para></sect2>
    4952
    5053<sect2><title>Part XI - X Software</title>
    5154<para>Office programs and graphical web browsers are important to most
    52 people.  They, along with some generic X software can be found in this part
     55people.  They, along with some generic <application>X</application> software can be found in this part
    5356of the book.</para></sect2>
    5457
     
    5861
    5962<sect2><title>Part XIII - Printing, Scanning and Typesetting</title>
    60 <para>The PST part of the book covers things from ghostscript, cups and DocBook
    61 to installing TeX.</para></sect2>
     63<para>The <acronym>PST</acronym> part of the book covers things from
     64<application>ghostscript</application>, <application>CUPS</application>
     65and <application>DocBook</application>
     66to installing <application>TeX</application>.</para></sect2>
    6267
    6368<sect2><title>Appendices</title>
  • x/lib/atk/atk-desc.xml

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    99
    1010<sect3><title>ATK Libraries</title>
    11 <para>ATK Libraries contain the <acronym>API</acronym> used by assistive technologies in order to
     11<para><application>ATK</application> libraries contain the <acronym>API</acronym> used by assistive technologies in order to
    1212interact with the desktop and applications.</para></sect3>
    1313
  • x/lib/freetype2/freetype2-desc.xml

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    99
    1010<sect3><title>freetype2 libraries</title>
    11 <para>Freetype2 libraries add TrueType font capabilities to
     11<para><application>freetype2</application> libraries add TrueType font capabilities to
    1212<application>XFree86</application>.</para></sect3>
    1313
  • x/lib/gtk/gtk+-config.xml

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    11<sect2>
    2 <title>Configuring GTK+</title>
     2<title>Configuring <application>GTK+</application></title>
    33
    44<sect3><title>Configuration Information</title>
  • x/lib/gtk/gtk+-desc.xml

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    22<title>Contents</title>
    33
    4 <para>The GTK+ package contains <filename>libgtk-1.2</filename> libraries.</para>
     4<para>The <application>GTK+</application> package contains <filename>libgtk-1.2</filename> libraries.</para>
    55
    66</sect2>
     
    99
    1010<sect3><title>GTK+ Libraries</title>
    11 <para>GTK+ Libraries provide the API to implement graphical user
     11<para><application>GTK+</application> Libraries provide the
     12<acronym>API</acronym> to implement graphical user
    1213interfaces.</para></sect3>
    1314
  • x/lib/gtk/gtk+-exp.xml

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    22<title>Command explanations</title>
    33
    4 <para><userinput>--sysconfdir=/etc</userinput> : This installs the configuration files into <filename>/etc</filename> instead of <filename>/usr/etc</filename>.</para>
     4<para><command>--sysconfdir=/etc</command> : This installs the configuration files into <filename>/etc</filename> instead of <filename>/usr/etc</filename>.</para>
    55
    6 <para><userinput>--with-xinput=xfree</userinput> : This configuration
     6<para><command>--with-xinput=xfree</command> : This configuration
    77flag is necessary to utilize alternative input devices.</para>
    88
  • x/lib/gtk/gtk+-inst.xml

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    11<sect2>
    2 <title>Installation of GTK+</title>
     2<title>Installation of <application>GTK+</application></title>
    33
    4 <para>Install GTK+ by running the following commands:</para>
     4<para>Install <application>GTK+</application> by running the following commands:</para>
    55
    6 <para><screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc &amp;&amp;
     6<para><screen><userinput><command>./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc &amp;&amp;
    77make &amp;&amp;
    8 make install</userinput></screen></para>
     8make install</command></userinput></screen></para>
    99
    1010</sect2>
  • x/lib/gtk/gtk+-intro.xml

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    11<sect2>
    2 <title>Introduction to GTK+</title>
     2<title>Introduction to <application>GTK+</application></title>
    33
    4 <screen>Download location (HTTP):       <ulink url="&GTK-download-http;"/>
    5 Download location (FTP):        <ulink url="&GTK-download-ftp;"/>
    6 Version used:                   &GTK-version;
    7 Package size:                   &GTK-size;
    8 Estimated Disk space required:  &GTK-buildsize;
    9 Estimated build time:           &GTK-time;</screen>
    10 
    11 <para>The GTK+ package contains GTK+ Libraries. This is useful for
     4<para>The <application>GTK+</application> package contains
     5<application>GTK+</application> Libraries. This is useful for
    126creating graphical user interfaces for applications.</para>
    137
    14 <screen>GTK+ depends on:
    15 <xref linkend="GLib"/>, <xref linkend="libpng"/>, <xref linkend="libtiff"/>, <xref linkend="libjpeg"/>
    16 and <xref linkend="xfree86"/></screen>
     8<sect3><title>Package information</title>
     9<itemizedlist spacing='compact'>
     10<listitem><para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&GTK-download-http;"/></para></listitem>
     11<listitem><para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&GTK-download-ftp;"/></para></listitem>
     12<listitem><para>Download size: &GTK-size;</para></listitem>
     13<listitem><para>Estimated Disk space required: &GTK-buildsize;</para></listitem>
     14<listitem><para>Estimated build time: &GTK-time;</para></listitem></itemizedlist>
     15</sect3>
     16
     17<sect3><title><application>GTK+</application> dependencies</title>
     18<sect4><title>Required</title>
     19<para><xref linkend="GLib"/>, <xref linkend="libpng"/>, <xref
     20linkend="libtiff"/>, <xref linkend="libjpeg"/>
     21and <xref linkend="xfree86"/></para></sect4>
     22</sect3>
    1723
    1824</sect2>
  • x/lib/gtk/gtk+2-desc.xml

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    99
    1010<sect3><title>GTK+ Libraries</title>
    11 <para>GTK+ Libraries provide the <acronym>API</acronym> to implement graphical user
     11<para><application>GTK+</application> Libraries provide the <acronym>API</acronym> to implement graphical user
    1212interfaces.</para></sect3>
    1313
  • x/lib/lesstif/lesstif-desc.xml

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    99
    1010<sect3><title>lesstif libraries</title>
    11 <para>Lesstif libraries are an OSF/Motif(R) source code compatible
     11<para><application>lesstif</application> libraries are an
     12<application>OSF/Motif(R)</application> source code compatible
    1213library for <application>X</application> Windows.</para></sect3>
    1314
  • x/lib/lesstif/lesstif-exp.xml

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    22<title>Command explanations</title>
    33
    4 <para><command>--enable-build-20</command> : Build the Motif 2.0 compatible version of the lesstif libraries.</para>
     4<para><command>--enable-build-20</command> : Build the
     5<application>Motif</application> 2.0 compatible version of the
     6<application>lesstif</application> libraries.</para>
    57
    68<para>
    7 <command>--enable-build-21</command> : Also build the Motif 2.1 compatible versions.</para>
     9<command>--enable-build-21</command> : Also build the
     10<application>Motif</application> 2.1 compatible versions.</para>
    811
    912<para><command>--disable-debug</command> : Do not generate debugging information.</para>
    1013
    11 <para><command>--enable-production</command> : Build the release version of the lesstif libraries.</para>
     14<para><command>--enable-production</command> : Build the release version
     15of the <application>lesstif</application> libraries.</para>
    1216
    13 <para><command>--disable-build-tests</command> : Do not build the test/ tree (see testing note below).</para>
     17<para><command>--disable-build-tests</command> : Do not build the
     18<filename class="directory">test/</filename> tree (see Testing lesstif).</para>
    1419
    15 <para><command>--with-xdnd</command> : Enable XDND Gnome compatibility support.</para>
     20<para><command>--with-xdnd</command> : Enable <acronym>XDND</acronym>
     21<application>Gnome</application> compatibility support.</para>
    1622
    1723</sect2>
  • x/lib/lesstif/lesstif-intro.xml

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    22<title>Introduction to <application>lesstif</application></title>
    33
    4 <para>The <application>lesstif</application> package contains an Open Source version of OSF/Motif(R).</para>
     4<para>The <application>lesstif</application> package contains an Open
     5Source version of <application>OSF/Motif(R)</application>.</para>
    56
    67<sect3><title>Package information</title>
  • x/lib/pango/pango-desc.xml

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    99
    1010<sect3><title>Pango libraries</title>
    11 <para>Pango libraries contains low level layout rendering routines, a
     11<para><application>pango</application> libraries contains low level layout rendering routines, a
    1212high level driver for laying out entire blocks of text, and routines to
    1313assist in editing internationalized text.</para></sect3>
  • x/lib/pango/pango-exp.xml

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    55
    66<para><command>--enable-gtk-doc</command> : This switch will rebuild
    7 the API documentation during the make command.</para>
     7the <acronym>API</acronym> documentation during the make command.</para>
    88
    99</sect2>
  • x/lib/qt/qt-config.xml

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    1818ldconfig</command></userinput></screen></para>
    1919
    20 <para>You need to add the path for the qt man pages to the
     20<para>You need to add the path for the <application>qt</application> man pages to the
    2121<filename>man.conf</filename>
    2222file.  This can be done with the following command:</para>
  • x/lib/qt/qt-desc.xml

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    1010
    1111<sect3><title>qt library</title>
    12 <para>The QT/X11 library contains <acronym>API</acronym>'s necessary to
     12<para>The <application>QT</application>/<application>X11</application> library contains <acronym>API</acronym>'s necessary to
    1313use <acronym>KDE</acronym> programs.</para></sect3>
    1414
  • x/lib/qt/qt-exp.xml

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    1414
    1515<para><command>-no-g++-exceptions</command> : This command disables
    16 the exceptions coding generated by the C++ compiler.</para>
     16the exceptions coding generated by the <application>C++</application> compiler.</para>
    1717
    1818<para><command>-thread</command> : This command compiles the library
     
    2020
    2121<para><command>ln -sfn /opt/qt-&qt-version; /opt/qt</command> : This command
    22 standardizes the location of the qt libraries to the ld.so.conf entry
     22standardizes the location of the <application>qt</application> libraries
     23to the <filename>ld.so.conf</filename> entry
    2324described below.</para>
    2425
    2526<para><command>ln -s /opt/qt/lib/libqt-mt.so
    2627/opt/qt/lib/libqt.so</command> : This command allows configure scripts
    27 to find a working QT installation.</para>
     28to find a working <application>QT</application> installation.</para>
    2829
    2930<para><command>cp -r doc/man /opt/qt/doc</command> : This command
  • x/lib/qt/qt-intro.xml

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    22<title>Introduction to <application>qt</application></title>
    33
    4 <para>The <application>qt</application> package contains a C++
    5 <acronym>GUI</acronym> library. This is useful for
    6 creating graphical applications or executing graphical applications that
     4<para>The <application>qt</application> package contains a
     5<application>C++</application> <acronym>GUI</acronym> library. This is useful
     6for creating graphical applications or executing graphical applications that
    77are dynamically linked to the <application>qt</application> library.</para>
    88
  • x/wm/wm.xml

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    44
    55<para>Window Mangers and Desktop Environments are the primary user
    6 interfaces into the X Windows System.  A window manager is a program
     6interfaces into the <application>X</application> Windows System.  A window manager is a program
    77that controls the appearance of windows and provides the means by which
    88the user can interact with them.  A Desktop Environment provides a more
     
    1111
    1212<para>There are many Window Mangers available.  Some of the more well
    13 known ones include fvwm2, Window Maker, AfterStep, Enlightenment, Sawfish,
    14 and Blackbox.</para>
     13known ones include <application>fvwm2</application>, <application>Window
     14Maker</application>, <application>AfterStep</application>,
     15<application>Enlightenment</application>,
     16<application>Sawfish</application>,
     17and <application>Blackbox</application>.</para>
    1518
    16 <para>The Desktop Environments available for Linux are GNOME, KDE, and
    17 XFce.</para>
     19<para>The Desktop Environments available for Linux are
     20<application>GNOME</application>, <application>KDE</application>, and
     21<application>XFce</application>.</para>
    1822
    1923<para>Choosing a Window Manager or Desktop Environment is highly
    2024subjective.  The choice depends on the look and feel of the packages, the
    21 resources (RAM, disk space) required, and the utilities included.  One web
     25resources (<acronym>RAM</acronym>, disk space) required, and the utilities included.  One web
    2226site that provides a very good summary of what is available, screenshots,
    2327and their respective features is <ulink url="http://www.plig.org/xwinman/">Window Managers for X</ulink>.</para>
    2428
    2529<para>In this chapter, the installation instructions of
    26 several Window Managers and one lightweight Desktop Environment are presented.  Later in the book, both KDE and Gnome have their own Parts.</para>
     30several Window Managers and one lightweight Desktop Environment are
     31presented.  Later in the book, both <application>KDE</application> and
     32<application>Gnome</application> have their own Parts.</para>
    2733
    2834&sawfish;
    2935&fluxbox;
     36&metacity;
    3037&xfce;
    31 &metacity;
    3238
    3339</chapter>
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