Re: Gnome2 wm trials....
The auto save session didn't work, but I took the hint and looked for a
.xsession-errors file, which did not exist. What did exist, however, where a
bunch of .twmxxx files. I deleted these, restarted, and everything came up
perfectly! That is, the gnome-panels started.
So to summerize, to get this far I ran
update-alternatives --config x-window-manager and choose metacity
update-alternatives --config x-session-manager and choose gnome-session
So now I am starting metacity and the gnome panels. Now how do I get click to
focus and alt-tab to work?
Mensaje citado por: email@example.com:
> yes, I tried a different user, as a matter of fact, I created a new user
> so that
> i would have a clean configuration, and exactly the same thing happened.
> try the automatic save session thing now....
> Mensaje citado por: Hubert Chan <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > >>>>> "ciber" == ciber <email@example.com> writes:
> > [...]
> > ciber> How can I see what is going on? Where can I look for more
> > ciber> detailed error messages?
> > You might be able to find something in ~/.xsession-errors. This is
> > very strange situation. Just a though: does it do the same thing if
> > you
> > log in as another user? If not, at least that would help narrow
> > to
> > your user's configuration. Also, maybe try running
> > gnome-session-properties, and checking that metacity shows up in the
> > "Current Session" list. In "Session Options", make sure that
> > "Automatically save changes to session" is checked.
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