I was just thinking about all the things I usually install after I install Fluxbox. I decided to start a list. I might make my own distro sometime. I did it once but it wasn't great. It seems most of the distros that are Fluxbox only, or that include Fluxbox, are very minimal and I am always dissatisfied with the functionality. I not necessarily looking for the lightest weight distro. I use Fluxbox because I like it not because it's so light (although that is a very nice feature). So here's the list (I'll add to it as I go):
I just realized that it is pretty much Crunchbang with Fluxbox installed.
*Note: This was written for Cr-48 Chromebook but it works on the Acer C7 Chromebook (using ChrUbuntu).
Dual Boot Shortcuts
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Create Shortcuts to Easily Switch Between Chrome OS and Ubuntu
After completing these steps you will be able to switch to Ubuntu from Chrome OS by simply entering the command ubuntu in the terminal.
You will be able to switch to Chrome OS from Ubuntu by entering the command chromeos in the terminal.
Install Ubuntu using the instructions here
Boot into Ubuntu and navigate to the Home folder
Press ctrl + h
Double-click the file .bashrc
This was posted on July 3, 2013.
Here is how I installed Conky with Lua on Salix 13.37. I basically followed the discussion in the forum (thanks LKJ) and did the same thing only with 32 bit not 64 bit.
1. Install from Gslapt the following:
imlib2 1.4.4-i4861tm (may already be installed)
2. Now go into Preferences (still in Gslapt) and add the following to the Excludes:
^conky.* (this will keep the Conky you install from Sourcery from upgrading or downgrading)
3. Install the following from Sourcery: