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I have run X -configure then fixed the errors there , When i ran the /root/xorg.conf.new i got the ok with the line background ect but when runing startx i'm ...
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    kde and gnome


    I have run X -configure then fixed the errors there , When i ran the /root/xorg.conf.new i got the ok with the line background ect but when runing startx i'm in xterm how do i use kde or gnome i did select the packages on install,Do i have to make a /.xinitrc file to point to gnome-session.

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    I'm a little bit confused, but I take it you want to run KDE or gnome with the command "startx". Correct me if I'm wrong.

    Edit the file ~/.xinitrc yes (or create it) Here's an example file:
    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    
    gnome-session
    # startkde
    You can also launch other apps directly from xinitrc, but if you use KDE or Gnome, they have their own session managers which can take care of it. My example file will launch Gnome. If you want KDE instead, place a # in front of gnome-session and remove the one in front of startkde.

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