Re: How to install new Window manager
The correct way to install a new window manager is to use
register-window-manager --add /usr/local/bin/blah
register-window-manager --default /usr/local/bin/blah
to make "blah" your default WM.
Basically it just puts it in /etc/X11/window-managers . The first in the
list is the default.
On Fri, 14 Jan 2000, Guyren G Howe wrote:
> This does nothing. I execute chmod 700 .xsession, and nothing happens. I
> just get the command prompt back.
> Besides, shouldn't this tie into startx somehow?