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see how the fluxbox doesn't have an # in front of it
that means when i startx, it loads fluxbox
simply create this file in your ~ directory, replacing the windowmanagers you have with the ones in my .xinitrc
when you want to switch window managers, ie from fluxbox to kde, simply move the # likewise
hope this helps!
Saw what you told about xinitrc, Tinkster... I´ve done like scuzzman told, though, "before" realizing what the real problem was, so it is really short in my home directory, with no problem at all...
Found and fixed my problem: analizing X´s logs, saw that libstdc++.so.6 was missing. Did a "pacman -Sy gcc" wich downloaded and installed gcc´s package with the missing library. Then typed ldconfig to update all the lib´s mappings and voilá! startx brings up my brand new KDE desktop...
Thanks again people! I´m newbie when it comes to Linux..