On Wed, 2002-08-14 at 19:36, wires wrote:
> nautilus &
> icewm-gnome &
no. .xinitrc should read
Then you can start X+Gnome with startx. You'll get a default session
with most common stuff running.
If it works and if you want to have a graphical login, install gdm. It
lets you choose gnome as a Session type from the menu.
If you do a
apt-cache search gnome
on the command line, you should get most gnome packages listed,
apt-cache show <packagename> gives mor info, then install with apt-get.
Standard Gnome window manager for gnome 1.4 is sawfish, so you want that
too (or rather, sawfish-gnome)
- Re: Gnome
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