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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
When I've reviewed #! before, I've always stuck with the Openbox edition, because when #! started, it only had an Openbox edition. Then, I realized I had never checked out the Xfce edition, so I did so.
I tried the Xfce edition of #! using a live USB made with MultiSystem. I did not test the installation because I did that before with the Openbox edition; my main purpose is to see how the Xfce edition generally behaves in comparison to the Openbox edition, so follow the jump to see how that works out.
After getting past the boot menu, I was greeted by a scrolling wall of text, as with the Openbox edition of #!. That gave way fairly quickly to the desktop.