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another question that get's asked an awful lot, and one that i don't answer as i do it the hard way and don't bother with all that log in manager junk. have a search, should be plenty of simialr posts.
Afterstep woul run fine on a computer that speed. You can use the gnome panel with it too. Dont run wharf or the winlist, for some reason wharf especially can use alot of processor. I used to run afterstep on a 133mhz and it was fast enough. Id recommend compiling yourself, there are some useful configure options.
the question was supposed to be one of those unanswerable questions (e.g. if a tree falls in the woods and nobody is around, does it make a sound?)...can you have a window manager if you have no windowing system? the answer, of course, is no. this is because it would not be a window manager, per say, but more likely a shell or some other term...