Re: Correct way to start Gnome?

>>> "AM" == Adam Moyes <> writes:

AM> I hope this point hasn't already been made, but I saw something
AM> earlier that indicated that all you had to do was exec
AM> gnome-session and once that is running, execute your window
AM> manager etc. and shutdown gnome. The next time you run up your
AM> session, gnome-session will start it for you.

This is the method I currently use, and it's working good.  I had some 
problems a couple weeks ago, with an earlier version of Enlightenment, 
but things seem up to form now.

Bruce Z. Lysik  <>

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