I installed Ubuntu full version. It's shipped with the GNOME desktop environment.
Now I want to start some kind of experiment for my netbook, having only a selection of applications for a custom, lightweight desktop environment. Actually I'm running beside OpenBox a taskbar called "Docky".
So I'm using the OpenBox session selectable with GDM that is being shipped with the installation of the OpenBox Ubuntu package.
I start OpenBox with a
autostart.sh looking like this:
nautilus --no-default-window & docky --nvidia
The bad thing is, everything looks quite ugly. It looks like, I need to start some additional programs of the GNOME package to have everything back beautiful. I do not need the Gnome-panel and not the new taskbar GNOME has on the left, but I guess there will be a GNOME application that is responsible for loading all libs and themes.
Can anybody tell me these programs, I need also to load with my
autostart.sh to get back the beauty of GNOME forms and buttons?
To make clear what I mean:
Look at both screenshots and read it's explanation. You will see what I mean.