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> Date: Sun, 5 May 2002 12:11:53 +0100
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> From: Thomas Leonard <tal00r@...>
> On Sat, May 04, 2002 at 12:01:55PM +0200, Jan Wagemakers wrote:
> > Thomas Leonard <tal00r@...> schreef:
> > >> i don't have experience with the session manager, i guess it's simply
> > >> because there is no .deb package availabe of it...
> > > True... any chance of some .debs, anyone? (Jan?)
> > Ok, I have created a "rox-session_0.1.14-1_i386.deb"
> > http://www.janw.easynet.be/rox/
> Excellent :-)
> Could you provide a /usr/share/Choices/ROX-Filer/pan_Default with it, set
> up sensibly for Debian (eg, with ROX-Session on the panel, so users can
> log out)?
> There should be a way to make ROX appear on the login menu... I think the
> section has to be WindowManagers, from a quick look at kdebase.
> Thomas Leonard http://rox.sourceforge.net
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I installed ROS-session but it really messed up all my desktop!! is it
supposed to do this ? i mean, i lost all my old appearance & pannels and
got some kind of rox pannel.i had to remove rox-session temporarily
until i know how it works :) the key shortcuts did work when i used
rox-session! thanks for the .deb!
From: Thomas Leonard <tal00r@ec...> - 2002-05-07 09:53:01
On Sun, May 05, 2002 at 11:54:45PM +0200, kornmob wrote:
> I installed ROS-session but it really messed up all my desktop!! is it
> supposed to do this ? i mean, i lost all my old appearance & pannels and
> got some kind of rox pannel.i had to remove rox-session temporarily
> until i know how it works :) the key shortcuts did work when i used
> rox-session! thanks for the .deb!
Try running 'panel' if you want the GNOME panel back, or 'kde2' (I think)
if you were running KDE. ROX-Session runs instead of your existing session
manager, and it loads different things by default (see the README). When
the new gnome-session (for GNOME2) comes out, it will probably be able to
configure these things too.
Thomas Leonard http://rox.sourceforge.net