Re: KDM + environment variables
On Friday 03 October 2003 14:04, Oswald Buddenhagen wrote:
> > Use a file called ~/.xsession, and set your variables there.
That's what I had been doing until now (choosing "default" as my login type),
but then I wanted to be able to change the wm upon login...
> if you'd be using kdm's upstream Xsession, it would source ~/.profile
> and additionally ~/.xprofile for x-specific settings.
> but as debian has a somewhat strict policy, you are screwed. :-P
> no, seriously: save this script as /etc/X11/Xsession.d/98private-sripts:
Thanks. I guess there is no "legal" way for a user to do what I want to do
(set an environment variable without sacrificing window manager choosing).
Should I file a bug? If so, on which package? xfree86-common? [kwg]dm?
I'll look if I can have the script installed. Or maybe I'll just teach myself
some Qt or gtk and write my own post-login window manager selector.
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