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Re: gnome

On Fri, Jul 28, 2000 at 10:52:55AM +0200, Morten Liebach wrote:
> > Hmm, not sure what the problem is, but to jump start GNOME in the past,
> > I've used:
> > 
> > #! /bin/sh
> > xterm &
> > exec gnome-session
> > 
> > Then from the xterm, I started a window manager, panel and gmc (if you
> > like). Check the gnome-control-center to see what it says about the
> > window manager, gmc and panel.  They all should be set for
> > restart/recycle or some such.
> That is tha hard way to do it, you should only need to start a
> gnome-session, and the you can add and delete start-up programs from
> gnomecc session capplet. By default panel, gmc and a few other things
> should start up, and I think something is broken if it doesn't.

The operative words were "jump start" ;)  If x-window-manager points at
a non-GNOME window manager "exec gnome-session" doesn't behave very
well, for instance.

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