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alienbob [Other environments] Added MATE Desktop; more info about GNOME and LXDE
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-  * [[slackware:​gnome|GNOME]]:​ since version [[ftp://​ftp.slackware.com/​pub/​slackware/​slackware-10.2/​ChangeLog.txt|10.2]],​ Gnome is no longer part of Slackware. Several community driven projects provide packages for those willing to use Gnome in Slackware. +  * [[http://gnome.org/|GNOME]]: since version [[ftp://​ftp.slackware.com/​pub/​slackware/​slackware-10.2/​ChangeLog.txt|10.2]],​ Gnome is no longer part of Slackware. Several community driven projects provide packages for those willing to use Gnome in Slackware
-  * [[slackware:​lxde|LXDE]].+    * [[http://​gnomeslackbuild.org/|GSB: GNOME SlackBuild]] 
 +    * [[http://​www.droplinegnome.net/​|dropline GNOME desktop]] 
 +  * [[http://​mate-desktop.org/​|MATE]]:​ a full lightweight environment,​ based on the GNOME 2 libraries. The [[http://​mateslackbuilds.github.com|MATE SlackBuilds]] project has packages available from [[http://​www.slackware.org.uk/​msb/​|http://​www.slackware.org.uk/​msb/​]]. 
 +  * [[http://lxde.org/|LXDE]]. The [[http://​lxde.org/​|Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment]] is a good alternative for low-end hardware where KDE is too sluggish. See this [[http://​slackware.ponce.cc/​blog/​2010/​08/​23/​easily-build-yourself-lxde-with-sbopkg/​|blog post by ponce]] for instructions on compiling and installing LXDE on Slackware.
  
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