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Ubuntu: Enlightenment 17

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I have been toying with enlightenment DR17, just like fluxbox there's no so called "stable release" and it is still in pre-alpha stage, if you know about enlightenment, DR17 is completely rewrite comparing to DR16 and the developers are now building all the applications using its own "e" libraries to facilitate and speed up the process. You can find more information about enlightenment here.

Now I have Ubuntu linux installed on my new laptop(HP Compaq nx6320), I can get E17 installed using the package management system. I just need to add this three lines in my /etc/apt/sources.list -

Under the main menu, there's Configuration, click on it and it will expand horizontally and you can find the Configuration Panel where you will be able to configure most of the thing(everything?) for enlightenment.

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