> Well, this leads me to believe you don't have an .xinitrc file in the
> new user's home directory
> Create an ~/.xinitrc with
> exec startxfce4
OK, did that.
> as the only content and try again.
The panel is there (and displayed icons on the desktop,
weird). However, the menu doesn't work for that user either.
> Just completed the upgrade on the second one. This is running 7-STABLE
I'm running 6.
> amd64. I used the pkg_rmleaves method and removed xfce4.4 and its leaf
I'll try installing that from the port and removing again.
> ports. Compiling completed without problems. On first start some icons
> were indeed missing, but where fixed as soon as I selected the tango
> theme. I can send you a complete list of the ports that were built if
> you wish, but I think there is probably something else that's wrong in
> your installation.
How did you install?
I've tried portupgrade -R after deleting the specified packages), then
deleting XFCE4 manually when that didn't work to install and left X
and then used make clean install
then after manually deleting everything this morning I used
making from the port directory and using portinstall seem to have
gotten me to the same place...
email@example.com mailing list
To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"