Posted by: Anonymous
on March 21, 2008 08:47 PM
Then of course, there is always "kooldock". Although it requires the base install of kde, it is equally stable on gnome and gives the desktop a fancy OSX style program launcher panel with easy configurability. Kooldock's memory requirements are much greater than "wbar" (especially if you do not already run kde as a desktop), however I have seen no noticeable performance hit on a 1.2GHz/256MiB system running with gnome.