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Re: Xfce with FC2



I used the same instructions and it added XFCE to GDM > Session. 
 
Cy 

Chris McCutcheon <reddakota metrocast net> wrote:
Here's a link to a FC2 review. At the bottom of the page the author
shows how he installed xfce. It worked for, but I start it from the
text login. Hope it helps. http://www.linuxcompatible.org/article14-2.html

-Chris McCutcheon-

Aly Dharshi wrote:

> Hi BT,
>
> I know its on the cdrom, I installed it, it didn't seem to work
> for me at all, it had issues pertaining to something not complying
> with Xorg's stuff, so what I had happening was there was no title bar
> etc etc Some of the plugins I wanted weren't installing correctly et al.
>
> The easiest way to fix that without installing the FC2 rpms is to
> just install/compile the SRPMS from XFCE.org and they work just fine
> out of the box. I don't know if I am the only jackass who is having
> this problem with the bundled XFCE ! but if I am I would like to know
> what I am doing wrong.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Aly.
>
> bob brong com wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I'd like to try XFCE, and although it says its distributed with FC2,
>> I cant
>> find it within the distro. It's not found with up2date or yum (I added
>> livna, too). Any help would be appreciated. Does it come with FC2 or
>> am I
>> crazy?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> BT
>>
>>
>>
>>
>


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