On Wed, Feb 12, 2003 at 07:54:03PM +0100, Federico Carminati wrote:
> there is a simple way. The fact is that the new beta 2 reads
>/etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc. Just edit this file and instead of the (UGLY) twm
>put quartz-wm. Fed
Or create your own, $HOME/.xinitrc so you're not having to change it with
every update, and don't need root privileges to edit.
BTW: If you want to run everything in an X session under ssh-agent, you
can so something like this which starts the xfce manager. After X11 is
running, then doing an ``ssh-add'' in an xterm window will then enable the
agent when accessing remote systems. I started doing this when the ssh-
agent I had been using to start it on the main login stopped working on the
Jaguar release. Since I do all my remote access in xterms anyway this
handles it for me.
exec ssh-agent /usr/local/bin/startxfce
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