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well when i want to change the xmanager i allways did something like this : cd echo "exec startkde" > .xinitrc that allways worked just fine but now i want ...
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    well when i want to change the xmanager i allways did something like this :

    cd
    echo "exec startkde" > .xinitrc

    that allways worked just fine but now i want to switch mai x managet to gnome, in past versions of slack as far as i remember it was gnome-session but in slack 10.2 it dosen't work, anyone has am ideea how can i make gnome my default x manager?

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    gnome isnt in 10.2 it was dropped. in the change logs pat recommended you install dropline gnome but he wasnt going to include it in the distro anylonger.
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