The installation if you are using Debian (Jessie), you can use the debian-backports repository.
and was able to use the Unix-Like "xmouse" which raises a window if the mouse stays on it long enough.
Now I am in the progress of updating Slax 6 to use it with XFce again.
The instructions in this section are for unofficial Linux binaries that are un/semi supported by Team Kodi.
Most of those binaries use system ffmpeg or even worse totally untested libav, which is not recommended for Kodi as we support ffmpeg only.
ALthough launchpad doesn't list older nightlies in their PPA, they are usually still available for download directly from the website.
Visit https://launchpad.net/~team-xbmc/ archive/ubuntu/xbmc-nightly/ packages? field.name_filter=&field.status_filter=superseded&field.series_filter= You will then have to download the appropiate file and manually install it. It is an ISO image meant to be a showcase of what Slackware is about.You get the default install, no custom packages or kernel, but with all the power of Slackware.If you need to remove and purge an application and finally removing/purging also the application configurations files, do so by using the following commands: Libre ELEC (short for "Libre Embedded Linux Entertainment Center") is a non-profit fork of Open ELEC, a small and very fast booting, open source Je OS (Just enough Operating System).Libre ELEC is a complete media center software suite for embedded systems and computers, as it comes with a pre-configured version of Kodi and optional third-party PVR backend software.The XFCe version I included as a Slax module is XFce 4.4.2.