OpenSTEP for VMS

From: Julius Sridhar <>
Date: Wed Mar 6 13:07:50 2002

On Wed, 6 Mar 2002, Brian Chase wrote:

> > Doc, I think maybe you're confusing OpenStep with OpenWindows (OpenLook),
> > which was a SUN environment, and is, in fact, relatively well replicated
> > on linux. In fact, I'd say that byte-for-byte it's the most complete,
> > useable desktop environment available under Linux today. Much better
> > than those poor, bloated pieces of garbage that GNOME, KDE, Enlightenment,
> > etc, have become.
> Now I'm no big fan of any of the newer window managers either, but
> OpenLook? GAH, ARGHHH *WRETCH* Sure, it's a personal preference and
> all. My choice would be FVWM, and then probably TWM. Also, I'd
> completely forgetten about Bowman and AfterSTEP. Bowman was nice and
> lightweight, and I think derivative of FVWM.

I swear by CTWM. I don't mind MWM so much either. I can't stand FVWM.

Peace... Sridhar
Received on Wed Mar 06 2002 - 13:07:50 GMT

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