Re: KDE Startup - FURTHER INFO ON QUESTION
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On Friday 24 September 2004 09:38, Michael Satterwhite wrote:
> I'm making some minor changes to KDE 3.3. They've been made and tested, so
> now I need to tell KDM to start the NEW version of KDE.
> Where are the configuration parameters / startup scripts located to
> instruct KDM on what to start? Someone else here has to have done this; how
> do you bring your new version of KDE into production.
> I can run it in test mode, but I really don't want to have to run 2 copies
> of X to use my new KDE
I've been communicating with a developer from the KDE project using Mandrake.
He gave me instructions on how to define a new X session, but to do that I
need to know where the X-session definitions are located in Debian. I don't
see any of the session definition directives under /etc/X11. If someone can
point me at the location of these, I should be able to take it from there.
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- KDE Startup
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