Setting up SuxPanel
Even the smallest desktop has room
for a panel. If your choice of a window
manager does not support a suitable
panel alternative,you can always add
a panel like SuxPanel. Suxpanel provides
many useful features for the
desktop,and it even it even supports
Asideboard or panel groups a collection
of practical desktop
extensions like a clock and a start
menu. The major desktop environments,
such as KDE and Gnome, have a panel
by default, but users of more simple window
managers often need to add a panel.
SuxPanel , by Leandro Pereira, has an
amazing list of features, including an
extended clipboard, plug-in support, and
automatic menu generation.
SuxPanel has no RPM or Debian packages
at this time, so you will have to
build the panel from the source code. To
build SuxPanel from the source, you
need gtk2 version 2.0 and the matching
developer package. Most distributions
add a -devel or -dev tag to help you identify
the developer packages. Unpack the
suxpanel-0.3.tar.bz2 archive file, and
change to the directory created by this
step, suxpanel-0.3. Then type the following
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