> Did you install e-conf??? Did you try to swith to another WM and back??
> Or did i misunderstand you??? ;)
No, I did not install e-conf explicitly. I simply installed everything
that came with RH 7.1 and with Gnome 1.4. The application e-conf is
not on the RH 7.1 distribution disk, and the whereis command suggests
that it is not on my hd at all. Are you suggesting that a complete
installation of the entire Red Hat and Gnome 1.4 distributions, which
includes enlightenment, would not also install the e-conf utility to
make it useful?
In reply to your second question, I did switch from Sawfish to
Enlightenment, but when I found I could not access any applications
(although they were running), I panicked and backed out. Can the
pager/Desktop Guide be configured through enlightenment's
The funny thing is that this is my second installation of RH 1.7, with
Gnome 1.4, and the first time it worked fine! At that time, I did in
fact configure Enlightenment without a problem (picking a theme, for
example, for it, and setting default window frame style). I'm not
sure, but I suspect I did that configuration through Gnome Control
Center simply by clicking the Enlightenment Configure button. I also
suspect that this button runs e-conf, and, if so, it was at one time
on my machine. It sure does not seem like it now, which may be why the
enlightenment-configuration button is greyed out. So my question then
is: what is the full or proper name of the configuration utility so
that I can find it on line and download it?
> Check it out man....
Not very helpful. The man seems actually the file that pops up when
you ask for help under enlightenment, and it assumes enlightenment is
already installed and configured. Off hand, it did not seem to mention
any e-conf utility, but it did mention that you can change some
features by pressing RBM to bring up a context menu. But this does not
seem like the basic configuration, but only a modification on the run?
Thanks for the input, but I'm still in the dark.