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If you install 9menu and menu, you'll be able to get "debian menus" using the wm2-menu command (sorry, Chris).
wm2 for DEBIAN ---------------------- If you want to have a "debian" menu, make sure you've got the menu and 9menu packages installed, and type "wm2-menu". ted whalen <email@example.com>, Sun, 7 Jun 1998 20:47:27 -0500
wm2 -- a window manager ======================= wm2 is a window manager for X. It provides an unusual style of window decoration and as little functionality as I feel comfortable with in a window manager. wm2 is not configurable, except by editing the source and recompiling the code, and is really intended for people who don't particularly want their window manager to be too friendly. wm2 pro more»
wm2-menu(1) wm2-menu(1) NAME wm2-menu - start menu's for wm2 window manager. SYNOPSIS 2wm-menu DESCRIPTION 2wm-menu wm2 by itself doesn't have a nice menu-tree. But if you want to start apps using your mouse, you can type "wm2-menu" (or put it in a xinitrc file). SEE ALSO wm2(1), 9menu(1), update- more»
wm2(1) wm2(1) NAME wm2 - Small, non more»
wm2 (4-2) unstable frozen; urgency=low * recompiled to fix bugs #24513 and #29025. -- ted whale more»
This package was debianized by joost witteveen <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sun, 19 Jan 1997 20:47:27 +0100. more»