On my old Acer Aspire Netbook Manjaro worked very well (some years ago, actually).Need a linux distribution/de/window and settings manager or whatever to fit 600 pixels high display, dialog windows and all. Any ideas?
Oh, and it has to be 32 bit able, the netbook is 32 bit crap.
Mate, the desktop environments' windows are not stupidly high. In 2020, "600 pixels high" is a stupidly low resolution, so better relax. We get that you got one of those old ultraportablenotebookthingies of the early 2000s that you want to give a new life to, but that's not how you articulate a question if you want people to help.If i increase the resolution, it becomes unreadable, so if you could PLEASE point me to making the damn windows scrollable, or maybe some window manager that doesnt have stupidly high windows.
You know there are many distros right? I already mentioned to use tiling window manager.So much for diversity (damn, i hate that word) in the linux realm. If linux cannot do what i want it to, its time to turn to what could, namely, Windows XP. Or maybe ReactOS...