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If you're booting into a graphical runlevel with a login manager, you should be able to simply select the session type. If you're booting to the command line, I believe ...
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    Linux Guru Flatline's Avatar
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    If you're booting into a graphical runlevel with a login manager, you should be able to simply select the session type. If you're booting to the command line, I believe you can just type fluxbox and hit enter.
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    thanks ill try that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weedman
    thanks ill try that
    ....and if after more attempts you still want to get what you originally asked for, one more vote for slackware (and all those 'lean' window managers are included including the 'fat' ones!
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