Re: Change default window manager



On Friday 01 of June 2007 19:16:42 Nils Kassube wrote:
Milos Prudek wrote:
How do I change the default window manager in Ubuntu?

In the textfile /etc/X11/default-display-manager you find the path to the
binary.

Thank you. You misunderstood my question.

/etc/X11/default-display-manager contains path to kdm. kdm is not a window
manager. kdm is a display manager.

Window manager is KDE, Gnome, fluxbox, IceWM etc.

I want to change the default window manager in Ubuntu, not the display
manager.

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