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Detecting Linux UI stack
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anatoly techtonik
2017-10-08 08:17:22 UTC
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HI,

Is there a tool that can detect and show in a graphical way
components of Linux UI that are installed on my system?

[Xfce] [Gnome] [i3wm]
//
[lightdm]
\\
[Wayland] [X11]

Something like this, but more beautiful. =)

It would be awesome if that diagram provided tooltips with
explanation of what each component is (window manager,
...) and what it does. I would run it on my login screen.
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anatoly t.
Ingo Bürk
2017-10-08 08:46:08 UTC
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I'm not aware of any such tool.

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Post by anatoly techtonik
HI,
Is there a tool that can detect and show in a graphical way
components of Linux UI that are installed on my system?
[Xfce] [Gnome] [i3wm]
//
[lightdm]
\\
[Wayland] [X11]
Something like this, but more beautiful. =)
It would be awesome if that diagram provided tooltips with
explanation of what each component is (window manager,
...) and what it does. I would run it on my login screen.
--
anatoly t.
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