|Re: [Sawfish] How do you change the window manager on xfce?|
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The only two ways I found so far to change the default xfce window
manager, is to either set "sawfish --replace" into the startup
applications, or write your own .xinitrc file. Something along the lines
That will prevent the default wm to spawn. See the wiki for some
further details on launching sawfish that way.
Well, another way could be replace the xfce4-wm executable with a link
to sawfish...though, I know better way to wrack a system.
On Tue, 17 Jul 2012 00:33:52 +1000
Allan Duncan <amd2345@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Fedora 17 I'd like to switch from xfce4's xfwm4 to sawfish, but I
> can't find any setting that will do that.
> Has xfce done a gnome and embedded the wm?