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Distribution: Slack 9.1 & EX:RH 6,7.x, 8 and 9 User
Originally posted by luchobucho hey,
I tried to install XFCE4 and I installed all the RPMS. I swear I installed all the packages, but the startxfce program wasn't installed. what package is it a part of? I can start the desktop and panel and other components manually from the cLI but that's not practical, any suggestions?
RH9 on a P3
The easiest way to do this graphically is from Gnome/KDE (I am making a large assumption that it is used).
In your start menu you should have a "Desktop Switcher" under system settings/tools/etc;
Once you run this program xfce will be an option. Select the radio button, click OK, CTRL+ALT+Backsapce will restart X and take you to the GDM. XFCE4 should now be your default window manager.
Worst case, complile from source, which may be the best option.