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Old 08-22-2009, 06:36 PM   #1
mandm3808
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Post Window Manager Switching in Puppy Linux


I run Puppy Linux 4 on an older computer. I like having access to as many customization options as possible, so I like how Puppy supports multiple Window Managers. I'm trying to write a script to switch WMs by clicking a button. However, I can't seem to find a command to switch them that works outside the main prompt. The true prompt will start them with "xwin icewm", "xwin jwm", etc, but that won't work on a terminal or a script. IceWM has the mini-windows command in it's menu, but that doesn't work in any of the other program menus or a script or a terminal, either. What should I use?
 
  


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