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when i do the command: whereis enlightenment
I get: enlightenment: /usr/local/enlightenment
I changed my .xinitrc to look here and startx but get an error because /usr/local/enlightenment is a directory and not executable
locate elightenment did not show me anything that looked promising
Ok, we got it working. First of all, I did not install it by rpm. I decided to download and try installing it again, this time by rpm.
So i rpm -qs enlightenment > out.txt and saw /usr/bin/enlightenment . I modified my .xinitrc and it works fine. Thanks.