ROX Desktop Environment Installation in Debian
What is ROX ?
ROX is a desktop environment, like GNOME, KDE and XFCE. It is an attempt to bring some of the good features from RISC OS to Unix and Linux.
Linux, Unix and Mac OS X. Basically, anything vaguely Unix-like which can run GTK applications. It can also run on Windows systems, under Cygwin.
ROX Desktop FAQ
ROX-Filer User Manual
ROX Desktop Environment Screenshots
ROX Desktop Environment Documentation
ROX Desktop Environment installation in Debian
To install the unofficial package, users must add the line:
deb ftp://ftp.berlios.de/pub/rox4debian binary/
to their /etc/apt/sources.list file, and then run:
#apt-get install rox-desktop
After the installation, Users should log out of the X desktop and then select ROX in the X log-in window. It's recommended that GDM or xdm is used for this.
How to Use ROX Desktop
After installation you need to read here for getting started and how to use ROX desktop environment
ROX themes Installation
#apt-cache search gtk-engines
#apt-cache search gtk2-engines
Then just select a theme from the GTk theme switcher or by runing ROX-session>SessionSetting>Display