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It seems I lost the .xsession file. I need to run a script after login. So I just checked google how to do that with GDM and IceWM and with ...
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    .xsession is missing


    It seems I lost the .xsession file.
    I need to run a script after login. So I just checked google how to do that with GDM and IceWM and with FedoraCore6
    and I figured out that I has to edit the .xsession for GDM. And I thought, thats weird.. I tryed that already.
    I just seem not to be able to fnd the right file.... Its away. I cant use .xsessions.
    I have used Locate and Find. I just have no .xsessions file on my HD.
    Were should I put it?
    And why do I not have one?
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    The .xsession file doesn't exist until you create it. You should create it in your home directory.
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    ah, ok thats a Pretty good reason
    Thanks
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