From: Hugo Campos <hugo@hu...> - 2004-09-15 14:47:28
Hi, i've been using colinux with vnc, with a kde environment. I decided t=
o test enlightenment after reading an article about it, and now i can't f=
ind a way to revert to kde and its WM.
When i first run enlightenment (straight from kde konsole, to see what ha=
ppens) it prompted me if i wanted it to edit some config files to make en=
lightenment used by default. I allowed it, but i was never informed what =
files it was that it edited. Now i cant seem to revert the change and i w=
ould appreciate it if someone more knowledgeable with linux could help me=
out. I am posting here because of the special nature of colinux, and how=
we don't want the normal X server to start, which might crash the system=
if i remember well.
I googled around for info and found a file in my home dir, called .xsessi=
on, with the following content:
# Enlightenment inserted Execution string here
I tried deleting it, hoping to get an error so i could insert startkde or=
something, but it still runs enlightenment.
On a lighter note, i've found a very useful tool for use with colinux. It=
's called Explore2fs and you can download it here:
It allows you to open the colinux filesystem image file in windows and br=
owse it and edit files. Very useful if you get yourself a unbootable syst=
em or just want to mess around with it in windows. I don't think it's adv=
isable to use this tool on a running colinux filesystem.
Thanks in advance for the help,