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== USE flags ==
 
== USE flags ==
  
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| dbus || Enables awesome to receive signals from dbus (eg. to trigger events on hotplug)
 
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| doc || Downloads extra documentation
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| gnome || Enables you to use awesome as gnome's window manager (See. [http://awesome.naquadah.org/wiki/Quickly_Setting_up_Awesome_with_Gnome Quickly Setting up Awesome with Gnome])
 
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Revision as of 20:36, August 21, 2014

Awesome (Window Manager)

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Awesome is a highly configurable window manager. It handles both tiling and floating layouts.

USE flags

Name Description
dbus Enables awesome to receive signals from dbus (eg. to trigger events on hotplug)
doc Downloads extra documentation
gnome Enables you to use awesome as gnome's window manager (See. Quickly Setting up Awesome with Gnome)