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Re: [K12OSN] Re: Text-only sessions in K12



On Wed, 11 Jun 2008 18:25:34 +0200 (SAST)
"David Fourie (TSC)" <k12 bizmail co za> wrote:

> OK, so I created the /home/test/.xsession file for my "test" user, but
> I still get a Gnome session for this user (and others).  I ran make
> install after building ratpoison wm, so it is accessible.  I even
> tried to address the binary directly : 
> "exec /usr/local/bin/ratpoison" in .xsession.
> 
> It appears that .xsession is not being referenced?
> 
> David F

See Guy-Michel Lessard  June 11th, 2008 response for one answer.

Another issue could be that diffent distro's use different files.  I
seem to remember from my redhat days that they used "$HOME/.Xsession". 
Not sure what distro you are using, but AFAIK the $HOME/.xsession should
work for all debian based distros.



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