On 20/01/11 01:52, Don Raikes wrote:
Converting ubuntu from gnome to lxde

Hello,

I am very new to LXDE, and am interested in converting my ubuntu 10 installation from using gnome to lxde.

So far, I have done the following:

Apt-get remove gnome gdm

Apt-get install lxde lxdm

When I reboot, I think it is going into lxde, however, since I am blind, I also need to know how to tell lxde to run orca when it starts.

Are there any other things I should do before proceeding?

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I believe lxsession-edit manages startup applications in LXDE. You could try adding orca there. Hope this helps.

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