In this article I will show you how I have made my own tableau linux installation and how to create your own.
The reason I created tableau linux is because tableau is a free and open source desktop environment for Linux (and other operating systems). It was created by the same team that created KDE on Linux. If you are a Linux desktop user, then you should check out tableau because it is awesome and allows you to make your own desktop environment in any way you want.
I went through the process of making my own desktop environment when I was only a child. I have found that it’s the easiest way to get started with a desktop environment. When I was a kid I was going to install the GNU desktop program on Linux, but if I wanted to make a KDE desktop environment I would need to make a KDE Linux desktop environment. Once I got started, I created my own desktop environment. I made my Linux Desktop environment and started my own KDE desktop environment.
I think that this is the best place to start, but the first step is to start with the free (and easily installable) open-source desktop environment called XFCE. To use XFCE you only need a root user account. That brings up the issue of how you actually install it. The easiest way is to just follow the steps described in the XFCE wiki. Once you have it working you can move on to making your own desktop environment.
The first step is to install GTK+ in Ubuntu. XFCE uses the GTK+ library to be able to work on both OS X and Linux. Ubuntu comes with a nice XFCE-based desktop already already installed. As you can see, I’m not using any of the cool things that XFCE has to offer. So, I’m going to go on about how I created my own free and easy to install desktop environment.
Well, you can use Ubuntu and XFCE to create a desktop. But to create anything worth using it takes some effort. It is easy to install GTK, I am using it to run the XFCE desktop, and I am using it to create my own desktop.
The problem with installing Linux is that you don’t have a chance to actually run other desktop apps. The Linux desktop system is a simple (and very simple) app, so you need to find your way to it. That’s how I create my Desktop App with Ubuntu. I am using a Windows desktop system named GTK and GTK8.6 installed. So I can just boot it up with Ubuntu and try to create a desktop using GTK and GTK8.6.
The problem is how hard it is to get a desktop running. I have just downloaded the XFCE Desktop and I can install it with a simple command prompt. But how do I use it? Well, I need to be able to make my own desktop. But why isn’t there a way to make it run? Well, I want to make some applications run and to make the desktop run, I need to be able to make more applications run.
I don’t know. I hope someone else can help me out.
The GTK and GTK8.6 teams are working on making a GTK desktop environment, so I’m sure it’ll work. But with what’s in the repositories at the moment, it’s not going to be ready for a while. I imagine it’s the same for many other desktops, so don’t expect to see it anytime soon.