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Koarl
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Linux equivalent

Post by Koarl » Wed Feb 08, 2017 12:01 pm

Hi,

can anyone recommend a prg similar to Poptray for Linux platform?

any help would be appreciated

best regards
Koarl

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Re: Linux equivalent

Post by Rdsok » Wed Feb 08, 2017 5:35 pm

I suspect few here, including myself, are going to be of much help with your question... For the most part we are Windows users and even though some of us may have tried some type of Linux distribution, we are unlikely to be well versed in it....

Having said that... You also have another factor to consider.... You can't just ask for a Linux version but you must also find one that is compatible with the variation of Linux you have chosen to run ... there are a lot of them. Most are variations of the main "forks" of Linux such as Debian, Ubuntu, Red Hat, Fedora ( a fork of Red Hat actually, SUSE. So you'll also need to look for a program that is compatible with the variation of Linux you've chosen to run.

Good luck on your quest...

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Re: Linux equivalent

Post by Rdsok » Sun Jul 15, 2018 2:50 pm

AlbertAtron wrote:
Sun Jul 15, 2018 10:02 am
I have questions about use of Linux commands of terminal , for example, how to install programs and how to use text editors, but that is the subject of another topic
Then you need to go to a linux centric forum for those types of questions... this forum area is for general questions/info about PoptrayU so please keep your posts on topic.

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