Re: Avoid booting direct to X.. I want my starx back
Mark Zimmerman <email@example.com> writes:
> One (of several) ways to do this is (as root):
> update-alternatives --config x-window-manager
> You will be presented with a list of alternatives that are currently
> installed on your system. Pick one.
> If the one you want isn't there, install it and run update-
> alternatives again.
> This will set the system default. Individual users can override this
> by writing a .xsession file.
That doesn't seem to do the job here. Running that command gives me
two choices twm and sawfish. No mention of kde or gnome. Both of
which are installed.
I do want to use sawfish so set that as default but startx still