Re: x-session-manager overrides x-window-manager
>>>>> "matthew" == matthew arnison <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
matthew> To override this, I run:
matthew> sudo update-alternatives --remove x-session-manager
matthew> However, sometimes when I upgrade software, the alternatives
matthew> system seems to relink kde as the session manager. I don't
matthew> upgrade that machine very often, so each time it happens I have
matthew> to retrace my setsp and remember how to reset it back to icewm.
matthew> Any tips for how to avoid kde permanently? Apart from
matthew> uninstalling kde of course - I want the option to run kde apps
matthew> now and then.
How about adding a file (say, /usr/local/no-session-manager) being a
symbolic link to itself (so that it never "exists") and install that as an
alternative with higher priority (say, 99) than all other session manager?