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On 7/23/07, Steve Franks  wrote:
I'm not totally opposed to what comes up in X if you start with no
.xinitrc, but it's a tad ugly.  I'd ideally like to have a nifty
window manager, like one of those new 3d ones, but I find no point in
running kde/gnome/xfce - I launch everything (firefox, etc.) from a
prompt anyway.  So howto?  I presume I just have to put some things
instead of "exec xfce-session" in my .xinitrc?  Is there a guide to

If you're going to try beryl/aixgl, it would probably suffice just to
put 'exec beryl-manager' in your .xinitrc file, but I'm guessing
really.  I've never run beryl without kde behind it.  Although I
*have* had kde fail to start completely/correctly and I beryl still
ran fine.

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Andy Harrison
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