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~/.xinitrc doe snto refer to /etc. ~/ is used to refer to a users home directory (try cd ~ at a terminal if u dotn beleive me) in ur home ...
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  1. #11
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    ~/.xinitrc doe snto refer to /etc. ~/ is used to refer to a users home directory (try cd ~ at a terminal if u dotn beleive me) in ur home drive there is a file called .xinitrc (hidden so u have to type the name or click display hidden files in nautilus/konqueror)

    in here is probably a line abotu windomanager=soemthing

    change this to enlightenment

    easiest way tho, is to install a thign called Xtart which u run instead of startx from a terminal, it lists all availible wm's. if u log in from a graphical thing look for a "session" option.

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    Ah, I see. I managed to get Enlightenment working by building from source rpm's and disabling dependency checks for imlib.

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