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i installed xfce 4.2 while i already had xfce 4 installed. mistake? probably. now i have two xfce options to load up in login manager: xfce, & xfce 4.2
the question is, how do i make xfce 4. 2 the default. i tried using the switchdesk utility but that only carries optoins for gnome, xfce, and twm, oh yeah and system defaults. i don't even know what twm is! so i cat'd /etc/sysconfig/desktop and it says:
what shall i put for xfce 4.2 to be default?
ps: i wonder if twm means "this window manager"... UPDATE: yeah so twm stands for terminal.. still wondering how to figure this out... any help appreciated!