[LAU] Desktop replacements for ROX applications

Bob van der Poel bob at mellowood.ca
Sun Nov 14 18:37:25 CET 2021

Not to state the obvious ... but you could install Python2. 3 and 2 live
quite happily together.

On Sun, Nov 14, 2021 at 8:27 AM Will Godfrey <willgodfrey at musically.me.uk>

> For very many years I've been using the combination of OpenBox and ROX.
> This
> has provided a very lightweight and user-friendly interface. It's also
> a good fit for the Raspberry Pi, and users unfamiliar with Linux seem to
> take
> to it quickly. However...
> ROX filer itself is still fine after all this time, but ROX-Lib relies on
> Python-2, so all apps using it are now dead - as is the rox -users list :(
> I can get round most of the ones I use but the two I need are desktop
> replacements for are the Archiving program (which handles a laundry list of
> formats) and screen resolution manager (based on XrandR).
> The usual web searches don't seem to show up anything useful.
> Any suggestions appreciated.
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