Currently, I'm using Xfce 4.6 on ubuntu 10.04. (also have gnome on this distro) I'm preparing to
install Mint Xfce 8. Being a little new to Xfce, I'm not able to find
a couple of things:
1)network configuration - I can't find anyplace to configure my network
from Xfce - I have looked thru all of my menus, can't find anything.
I have also looked at the Settings Manager, sure would expect to find it
there, but nada .....
2)Another thing I can't find is screen saver settings.
Please advise. Compared to gnome and KDE, I find Xfce easy to
learn, but these are the two items that elude me. :?
Right-click on desktop:
1) Applications > System > Network
2) Applications > Settings > Screensaver
Being acquainted with your knowledge base,
I accept your answer as correct:
For mint Xfce, but does not appear to be true for ubuntu.
On ubuntu that heirarchy is not available. :?
thanks for your reply.
Looking forward to trying mint Xfce.
cheers (and hats off to you)
I'm unfamiliar with Mint but the Xfce Ubuntu variant carries a lot of Gnome/default Ubuntu tools, like gnome-system-tools, network-manager-gnome and gnome-screensaver (you can alternatively install xscreensaver)