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       fbpanel - a NETWM compliant lightweight GTK2-based panel for UNIX desktop.


       fbpanel [OPTION]


       fbpanel  is  desktop panel which provides graphical information and feedback about desktop
       activity and allows interaction with the window manager.  It features:

       · taskbar - shows a list of the managed windows (tasks)

       · pager - thumbnailed view of the desktop.

       · launchbar - buttons to quickly launch applications

       · show desktop - button to iconify or shade all windows

       · image - display an image

       · clock - show the current time and/or date

       · system tray - tray for XEMBED icons (aka docklets)

       fbpanel requires NETWM ( compliant window manager.  You can  run  many
       instances of fbpanel each with its own configuration (see OPTIONS below).

       Most updated info about fbpanel can be found on its home page:


       --help -- print help message and exit.

              -- print version and exit.

       --log <number>
              -- set log level 0-5. 0 - none 5 - chatty

              -- open configuration dialog

       --profile <name>
              --    use    specified   profile.   The   profile   is   loaded   from   the   file
              ~/.config/fbpanel/<name>.      If     that     fails,     fbpanel     will     load
              /usr/share/fbpanel/default.  No -p option is equivalent to -p default

       -h     -- same as --help

       -p     -- same as --profile

       -v     -- same as --version

       -C     -- same as --configure


       fbpanel  will  create  a default profile file in case there noone exists already.  Default
       profile file contains comments and explanation inside, so it should be easy.

       For a complete list of options and examples, please read '/usr/share/doc/fbpanel/README'.


              Directory with the user's private profiles

              The user's default profile.

              The fbpanel documentation. Contain a list of features and pretty useful examples of
              their funcionality.


       fbpanel  was  written  by  Anatoly  Asviyan <>.  This manual page was
       originally   written   for   the   Debian   GNU/Linux    system    by    Shyamal    Prasad
       <> and updated by Ulises Vitulli <>.