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Re: Xfce question

--- Simon Huggins <huggie@earth.li> wrote:

> On Fri, Dec 23, 2005 at 08:00:34PM -0500, j Mak
> wrote:
> >     The other day, I installed enlightenment as a
> desktop on xfce. But
> >     I didn't like the feel of it and removed
> enlightenment and all the
> >     files I created during the  installation. Now,
> xfce has no
> >     window-manager and I cannot move the windows
> on the screen. How
> >     can I restore the default settings?
> >     I am running Sarge.
> Hrm.  What does update-alternatives --list
> x-session-manager say?  Does
> it still say "/usr/bin/xfce4-session"?
> Do you have xfwm4 installed?  Can you run xfwm4 once
> you start xfce?  If
> so then do so and save your session when you logout.
> If you can't, and your session manager is pointing
> at xfce4-session then
> try removing ~/.config/sessions/xfce4-session* and
> restarting X so that
> you get the default session back.
> Simon

Sorry, the previous  message went to the wrong place.

Hi Simon,

I've the /usr/bin/xfce4-session still; also the xfwm
installed; I've opened it and saved the session,  I've
deleted the ~/.config/sessions/xfce4-session* as you
said and the problem still persists. 
Here is the screen shot showing how the windows look


Note the missing close and minimzing buttons at the
top corner. Otherwise everything works great, except I
cannot move the windows on the screen.

J. Mak
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