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Old 01-03-2003, 09:47 AM   #1
macewan
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gdm2 .xsession and openbox


setting up your .xsession file while using gdm2 and openbox - debian woody

so you grabbed gdm2 and set it up as your login screen and downloaded a whoopass theme to impress your friends with.
http://art.gnome.org/theme_list.php?...greeter&page=4

you fire up an xterm vi an .xsession file and add the ever useful gkrellm & and bbpager & hoping to see them when you login.

you log out then back in but nothing happens


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on your login screen select debian as your default - start openbox via your .xsession
 
  


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