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Old 09-12-2002, 10:29 AM   #1
Stephanie
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Enlightenment and Gnome / KDE


I was wondering if anyone had luck in running Enlightenment in KDE, or if it not possible because KDE uses its own window manager?

ALso, does anyone know where I go to hack the Enlightenment files to makes different voices / phrases? For example, when you have audio events active and select exit, it asks you if you really want to. Where do I go?
 
Old 09-12-2002, 05:06 PM   #2
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Hi
For changing the default manager look in /usr/bin/startkde
at the bottom you 'll see this;

# finally, give the session control to the session manager
# Syntax: ksmserver [--restore] [--windowmanager <wm>]
# if no windowmanager is specified, ksmserver will ensure kwin is started.
# [--restore] should be controlled by kdm
# ---this was the default--- ksmserver --restore
ksmserver --windowmanager enlightenment

fire it up and you 'll see a kde layer ( which you can move)
put over your enlightenment session. Works for other managers as well.
And try for inst. the kicker command in a different windowmanager, gives you a semi kde look. In the early
kpanel days there used to be a
-no-kde-compliant-window-manager option dunno if this
goes for kicker as well.
good luck
 
  


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