Description : Whaaw! Media Player is a lightweight media player that supports fullscreen
: mode, seeking, changing video colour settings and more. It will play any audio
: or video files that GStreamer can play. It is intended to be a basic media
: player without any GNOME dependencies.
So, this is light weight media player with not too many features but does good as a simple media player.
sudo yum install whaawmp
nomacs is a very light weight viewer for images with some fetures that you find useful (rotate image,
crop and see in 1:1. Not too much features but definately very light weight and good for daily use.
Description : nomacs is image viewer based on Qt4 library.
: nomacs is small, fast and able to handle the most common image formats.
: Additionally it is possible to synchronize multiple viewers
: running on the same computer or via LAN is possible.
: It allows to compare images and spot the differences
: e.g. schemes of architects to show the progress).
Home Page of fvwm.
So Now I am trying different window managers. My requirement is simple, alt+tab should allow me to swicht the windows and the window manager should be light but configurable and should show the programs/applications that are installed on my system. The last requirement comes from the fact that I am quite forgetful person and keep forgetting about the application to use for the particular purpose. So Window Manager should not be CPU and Memory hogging like Gnome or KDE but still should be decent and not like \”X\” or hackedbox.
So, I went back to fvwm. I remember using this some 8-9 years back as fvwm2. This is quite a interesting wm. Quite light and good one.
Heres a screenshot:
and if you looking at installting this on your Fedora box then just type:
yum install fvwm