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    Default AWN or Cairo

    Hi

    Does anyone know of a repository where I can find AWN or Cairo for opensuse 11.1 64 bits? Or of plans for this to happen in the future?

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    Default Re: AWN or Cairo

    Here is a repo for AWN
    Index of /repositories/home:/mpmiranda/openSUSE_Factory

    Cairo dont seem to have a package though.

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    Default Re: AWN or Cairo

    On 11/24/2009 05:36 AM, TaraIkeda wrote:
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    > Here is a repo for AWN
    > 'Index of /repositories/home:/mpmiranda/openSUSE_Factory'
    > (http://tinyurl.com/ykkz9rt)
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    > Cairo dont seem to have a package though.
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    >


    cairo-dock ? look here http://packman.links2linux.de .

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    Default Re: AWN or Cairo

    Quote Originally Posted by shulhan
    On 11/24/2009 05:36 AM, TaraIkeda wrote:
    >
    > Here is a repo for AWN
    > 'Index of /repositories/home:/mpmiranda/openSUSE_Factory'
    > (http://tinyurl.com/ykkz9rt)
    >
    > Cairo dont seem to have a package though.
    >
    >

    cairo-dock ? look here http://packman.links2linux.de .
    Hi
    Avant-window-navigator (AWN) is in packman as well.

    @Keith4law, stick to the four main repositories oss, non-oss, update and
    packman if you can as it will create minimal headaches in the long
    run

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    Default Re: AWN or Cairo

    Not wishing to detract from the docks but this is one thing many people don't realise can be done quite nicely with KDE4 folderview plasmoids. OK the icons don't bounce but I can live with that... With Activities linked to desktops, you can even have different "Folderview docks" for each desktop.
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    Default Re: AWN or Cairo

    Hi

    Thanks for the advise everyone. I do have packman as a repository already but when I but AWN into the software management program (I use Gnome) I do not get any results? Should I be looking in another way

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    Default Re: AWN or Cairo

    Try Avant Windows Navigator or just "avant"...
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    Default Re: AWN or Cairo

    Quote Originally Posted by gminnerup View Post
    Not wishing to detract from the docks but this is one thing many people don't realise can be done quite nicely with KDE4 folderview plasmoids. OK the icons don't bounce but I can live with that... With Activities linked to desktops, you can even have different "Folderview docks" for each desktop.
    Really? Care to explain how, please?

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    Default Re: AWN or Cairo

    Just have found an article with an explanation. Sounds interesting...

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