Xwoaf 0.2.0g reviewDownload
This single floppy based linux X-window package attempts to provide the basic applications and file functions required for a communic
This single floppy based linux X-window package attempts to provide the basic applications and file functions required for a communications node on the Internet. With suitable network interface card based access (T1, DSL modem or cable modem) to the Internet,
jwm Win95 clone window manager,
retawq (fast!) text mode web browser,
OXElmo email client,
edx text editor,
bcalc simple four function GUI/command line calculator
xcalendar date/day/time pop-up calendar.
File functions are provided by:
rxvt X-terminal program,
busybox, the built in monolithic binary containing linux command line apps and
txplor: a dual-pane, tree-based filemanager.
NOTE: To edit any local URL linked file in this help file, Right-click on the URL, select 'SendTo:' and then select 'Editor'.
The three X-apps txplor, retawq and OXElmo all started life as curses based text-mode terminal apps. I hacked together an equivalent X-curses API which only uses libX11 and libc based upon code I wrote for edx.
What's New in This Release:
This release added better kernel module support, built-in ext2 and VFAT filesystem support, qemu for development, a custom build system, online help, an optional framebuffer enabled kernel, and the rdesktop client.
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