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    Do you boot to runlevel3 or 5? If you boot to 5 then you can change your window manager using rc-update to add the appropriate init script. (Ie kdm, gdm, whatever) If you boot to run level3 then you want to edit your ~/.xinitrc so that it starts the window manager youd like.

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    O, no worries, i got this all worked out a while ago, the thread is a little old. I was lost in the gentoo dir structure. Happly home now!
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