Hi Ed, Thanks for your advice.
- snip - > You probably can't. As I am using the term, "window manager" is not an > applet but a reference to whatever you happen to be using to control > graphical window behavior on your desktop. It looks like your window > manager is KDE (which also happens to provide other services so is > called a "desktop environment" to denote these additional features). My > window manager is called "blackbox" which has a simple menu > configuration file where I can input a line for xterm and conveniently > call it through an item on a neat little pull-up menu. Noted with thanks. I am interested to be advised of how to build it. Pointer would be appreciated. > For you I would suggest that you create a "shortcut" on your desktop. > You'll need to check with the KDE documentation since I don't actually > use it but it's probably as simple as right-clicking the desktop with > your mouse and choosing "new" or something like that and then through > "properties" type in the full command you want your new shortcut icon > to invoke. Noted. I don't need to create a shortcut. On Konsole window just type 'xterm' and hit <Enter> to start 'xterm' window. It works as 'user' as well as 'root' Thanks B.R. Stephen _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"