Hi, I've been looking through the Arch software library and I found the "gtk-xfce-engine". It it discribed as "A port of XFce engine to GTK+-2.0". I don't remember exactly what packages were installed when I did pacman -Sy xfce4, so I was wondering if it is part of that "standard" xfce4 package? If not, can someone explain how it needs to be installed, since I wouldn't mind to have just GTK2 installed rather then GTK?
you can run $man pacman , and you will be given all commands.
I think $pacman -Qg xfce4 , is what you are looking for.
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thanks, I will do that
Just curious, what are we supposed to do if when we run man pacman we get a manpage for Xscreensaver, more specifically "pacman - simulates a game of pacman on a randomly-created level?"
It means you haven't updated your system for a while. That bug was fixed quite a while ago.
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