Re: How to run new Gnome after compiling?
- From: "Jason A. Pfeil" <jason jasonpfeil com>
- To: Nick Gianakas <gianakas optonline net>
- Cc: garnome-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: How to run new Gnome after compiling?
- Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2003 15:58:03 -0500 (EST)
With RedHat, I believe that you can choose a session type of Xsession (on
pre-8.0) from the GDM Session menu. On 8.0, you can choose a session type
of Default. That will use your .xsession file instead of automatically
running gnome-session itself.
On 2 Mar 2003, Nick Gianakas wrote:
> I can't seem to get my system to use the Gnome 2.2 instead of the old
> version (packed w/ the system). I'm using RedHat 7.2, and created a
> file named .xsession in my home dir which runs a script which in turn is
> supposed to start the new Gnome (from the garnome dir). I'm using GDM
> too. When I log in, the old/original version of Gnome starts up; so I
> assume the contents of .xsession are being ignored.
> Any suggestions? Below are the contents of my .xsession file:
> exec $HOME/garnome-session
> // $HOME/garnome-session (this line is NOT in the file)
> export PATH LD_LIBRARY_PATH PYTHONPATH PKG_CONFIG_PATH GDK_USE_XFT
> exec $GARNOME/bin/gnome-session
> I appreciate any and all help.
Jason A. Pfeil 13700 Richmond Park Dr. N. #1104
Jacksonville, FL 32224
jason pfeil jasonpfeil com
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