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Old 03-05-2006, 07:01 PM   #1
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desktop configuration

Hi, I use FC 4 and was wondering where are the files stored which define how your desktop looks like the task bar and mouse right-click menu and all that? I looked but could not find any .xinitrc or .xsession. I figured somewhere there are some files which define how my desktop looks but where are they? anyone know please?

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look under your home directory .kde, .local, and .config


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