Re: Stuttering KMail + WM Selection
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: Stuttering KMail + WM Selection
- From: Hendrik Sattler <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 20 May 2001 20:35:54 +0200
- Message-id: <01052020355400.00416@linux>
- In-reply-to: <01052009035400.10145@tillarium>
- References: <01052009035400.10145@tillarium>
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On Sunday, 20. May 2001 16:06, Robert Tilley wrote:
> Two issues here:
> 1 -- The Debian-KDE mail server appears to be "stuttering" the e-mail it
> sends out. I received two copies of each individual e-mail on the list.
KDE has not its own mailserver and relies on a functioning setup or
delivering to your provider's smtp server directly. But this is not part of
But you do not even provide a valid return address in your mail. You really
should change that.
> 2 -- When KDM appears on my screen, there is no choice of which window
> manager to use and if Default is selected, Blackbox begins. Although I can
> still use the KDE apps, I lose the cohesive environment that KDE is meant
> to provide. Which config file do I edit to add more window manager choices
> to the KDM drop-down menu?
KDE does use the debian mechanism privoded through X configuration files. Use
the Control Center as root (you should not start X as root, though).
To change default use "update-alternatives --config x-window-manager". KDE2
is not there by default though you may have to insert it manually.
Ivan: Why is KDE2 not in that list???
> I understand that KDE is wm agnostic. Is this a wise move? I am seeking a
> KDE config that is faster that the normal install.
What do you mean with that??? You want to change the wm (like gnome does)?
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