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Old 03-03-2002, 09:50 PM   #1
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window manager problems


i currently have gnome set up with xwindows. i've recently installed enlightenment, but when i use the gnome window manager utility to use enlightenment, it loads enlightenment and gnome together. how can i tell xwindows not to load gnome and only to use enlightenment?
 
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xinit /path/to/enlightenment
 
  


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