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Old 08-31-2010, 06:41 PM   #1
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wmii not showing up

Hi there,

i just installed wmii and all the deps from Everything went ok.

The thing is, i enter X automatically and KDM manages everything but wmii wasn't added there, so i'm unable to enter.

What should i add and where? KDM is not my thing and i think is there where i have to mess things up.

Old 08-31-2010, 08:38 PM   #2
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Dear jesus, we ask that you help our brother to find the /etc directory and to edit the rc.conf file so that he will include an adxditional if then line for his window manager.

We ask you to empower him with the wisdom of solomon. And the practicality of cut and paste.

We ask you to show him the which command so he will have his Pilgrims Progress to the correct path to GUI salvation.

We ask you lord to heal his system of any X11 deficiencies and that your holy angels cause him to choose the proper package to install, xorg or xfree86.

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