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    [SOLVED] eastern guide for install fluxbox???


    hi!! i have install arch linux on my pc without de..
    i had install some de before.. like kde and gnome but now i want to install the fluxbox..
    i search at google and i find some tutorials but i can't understand some parts of this
    so can you give me some eastern guides for install fluxbox??

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    forum.guy
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    Quote Originally Posted by spike89 View Post
    hi!! i have install arch linux on my pc without de..
    i had install some de before.. like kde and gnome but now i want to install the fluxbox..
    i search at google and i find some tutorials but i can't understand some parts of this
    so can you give me some eastern guides for install fluxbox??
    Hello and welcome to the forums!

    Installing fluxbox should be pretty simple if you use pacman because it will pull in any dependencies along with the fluxbox package itself:

    Code:
    pacman -S fluxbox
    oz

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    yes it's ok but how can i start the fluxbox de???
    for example when i used kde after pacman -S kde i went to /etc/rc.conf and there add a daemon..

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    forum.guy
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    Quote Originally Posted by spike89 View Post
    yes it's ok but how can i start the fluxbox de???
    for example when i used kde after pacman -S kde i went to /etc/rc.conf and there add a daemon..
    First off, you need to keep in mind that Fluxbox is not a desktop environment, but a window manager only. In addition, installing it and configuring it are two different things. You can find a nice HowTo that should get you going on the Arch Wiki:

    Fluxbox - ArchWiki
    oz

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    i have read it and i cann't understand about ~/.xinitrc
    xinit is the program that starts X??right??

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    If you are using the KDM or GDM display manager, you won't need a ~/.xinitrc file. If you aren't using KDM/GDM, you can create the .xinitrc file by creating a blank file named .xinitrc in your /home/your_username/ folder, then adding the entry to it that starts fluxbox as outlined in the HowTo. Then when you've logged in from the command line, entering the startx command and pressing ENTER should start both, the xserver and fluxbox.
    oz

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    ok i made it!!!!!!!! thanks for all ozar..!!!!!!!!!

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