After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out this bit o' wisdom:
> ...Never came across bbpager before, so I took a quick look at some
> screenshots. It doesn't appear to be quite as visually-, feature-rich and
> configurable as KPager. Even the pager in GNOME is a step down. I will cease
> to use GNOME (Ubuntu) this Thursday... *frown*
All I want is a way to know which virtual desktop I'm on. I'm not going
to start up KDE services just to run a bloated pager:
Latest version available: 3.4.1
Latest version installed: [ Not Installed ]
Size of downloaded files: 45,110 kB
Latest version available: 0.3.1
Latest version installed: 0.3.1
Size of downloaded files: 79 kB
At a factor of about 500 times the size of bbpager, I think I'll stick
with the simple one.
Q: Why does a GNU/Linux user compile his kernel?
A: Because he can.