From: John Mc Donald (johnmcd at domain cs.may.ie)
Date: Tue 25 May 1999 - 09:38:17 IST
> The file you need to look at for execing window managers is ~/.xinitrc -
> the . at the start of the name means its normally hidden when you do an
> ls. Just edit that and place a # infront of startkde so that you can
> redo kde at a later stage if you want.
If you want a system wide window manager there is a file at
Which is used as a default when the user has no ~/.xinitrc
Down at the bottom of the file you should also find a startkde in which case
you can comment this out and put in whichever wm you want.
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