raoul duke <dr_gonzo at redbrick.dcu.ie> writes:
> i'm no expert here, but why don't you make $STARTUP constantly point to
> $HOME/.xsession and then inside ~/.xsession put sawfish and all your other
> startup commands? i think you have to put a & after each command
I'd rather understand and correctly tweak the Debian "way", rather
than klugde together a homebrew setup.
Is it that if sawfish is set at the window manager, kdm
intentionally leaves the user-level initialisation to it, thus
leaving ~/.xsession untouched?
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