BloGTK 2.0

by Michelle Lasley

Michelle Lasley is a mother, wife in Pacific Northwest learning to balance green dreams with budget realities.

December 31, 2009

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Categories: The Balancing Act

This is BloGTK 2.0. It’s a front-end program that will allow you to post to your blog… kind of with out trying. I don’t know how image/video management will work.

I decided to remove my beloved window manager, Compiz Fusion. With the computer running so hard so often, and when I would check the processes that were taking up space – compiz fusion came up every time. Too many hitches, programs not working, possible conflicts with my proprietary driver… So. I uninstalled it. Super Tux, Secret Maryo, and Gcompris all seem to work or work better now. I read that low-end hardware could be the problem… and we know this mother board is 8 years old. So. It’s sad, but maybe it’s just a reality I need to accept.

We’ll see how this works… 🙂

A Wiki Guide that provided some suggestions.

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