Re: Gnome and no window manager!
That's what I did when I switched the default from enlightenment to
window maker. It started OK the very first time but after that, I get
Nils Jeppe <email@example.com> writes:
> Try setting the window manager from the gnome settings panel. It should
> thereafter start automatically. I *think* (I haven't experimented to
> check) what you describe is what happens when you don't have E
> installed; it's used as Gnome's "standard" WM.
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