Re: sawfish on gnome startup

you have to use the window-manager control applet, it allows you to select
which wm gnome will start
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonathan Bertsch" <bertsch 13 osu edu>
To: "Gnome Mailing List" <gnome-list gnome org>
Sent: Sunday, February 11, 2001 7:25 PM
Subject: sawfish on gnome startup

> I just installed gnome on my macintosh powerbook running yellowdog linux,
> and I cannot seem to get sawfish to start if I use gnomes x start
> client(gpd or something like that), so if I want to set my runlevel to 5,
> it wont start sawfish. I checked if the default.wm files pointed to the
> right path, and after I did that I found that I could start it with
> startx, and can get sawfish to start with it, but not the gnome session
> manager. I'm sure it is just a matter of setting the right path to
> sawfish, but I don't know where I would do that. Any suggestions would be
> greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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