Re: Getting KDE up and running.
In a message dated 1/11/99 8:45:15 PM Central Standard Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
> I believe you are saying that you dislike the functions of kfmclient, not
> kfm. You don't need to use kfmclient if you don't want to. You can use
> tkdesk or X-Plorer or whatever you want to browse directories and manage
> your files. I don't think you can get KDE to launch anything other than
> kfmclient when you click on the icons on your desktop, though. I could be
Yup - you got it. The startkde macro starts kfm, but I don't see where it's
starting kfmclient - is that a separate operation? how can I turn it off? I
just don't want it to start when KDE starts up.
Also, I'll try fixing up startkde to NOT start kwm in the background - I know
it's doing it that way now.