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Re: Results of transition scripts

On Fri, Oct 25, 2002 at 02:39:30PM +0200, Christian Marillat wrote:
> Sven Luther <luther@dpt-info.u-strasbg.fr> writes:
> > On Thu, Oct 24, 2002 at 07:33:07PM -0400, Colin Walters wrote:
> [...]
> >   If there is a .gnome2 directory, you could ask if the user want to
> >   remove/rename/whatever the .gnome directoy, and move the .gnome2
> >   directory over it.
> No, because the .gnome directory is needed by GNOME 1 application.

A, ok, ...

Mmm, but then, this mean that the transition stuff is in moving stuff
out of .gnome and into .gnome2, and doing the transition, or do you do
the transition inplace, keeping older gnome 1 application stuff ?

In this later case, should i move the data from .gnome2 into .gnome by
hand ? Or simply loose all the configurations.

> >   When gnome booted (with still the 30s delay about the window manager)
> >   it was with twm (i have both twm and metacity installed only). It was
> >   previously configured to use metacity. I don't know what went wrong
> >   here, but this is not the first time this happened.
> This bug (the delay) is fixed in gnome-session 2.0.8-3; For the window

Ok, i will test it on monday. i had 2.0.8-2 installed.

> manager you need to use update-alternatives to select your prefered
> window manager.

Erm, yes, sure i know about this, and like i said, it is the third or
more time that i use update-alternatives on this box, but somehow
something keeps reseting this to some other default (twm when
twm+metacity is available, sawfish if sawfish, twm and metacity is


Sven Luther
> Christian
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