Newbie Needs Big Help!
Anyone out there know anything about cutomizing the WindowMaker and
AfterStep window managers that come with RedHat 5.2. I have a computer
configured as a Linux server with a Win95 machine networked to it.
I have visited the WindowMaker and AfterStep sites and what they suggest
I don't have. Here's the deal I have setup four users with logins and
passwords. They are the root login (using AfterStep) my wife (no window
manager), my daughter (no window manager), myself (using WindowMaker)
and an experimental login (using WindowMaker). Each login has a home
directory with .bash_profile, .bash_errors, GNUstep directory,
.Xrootenv.0, tmp directory and netlogon directory. I would like to use
the experimental login to try and GNOME-mify WindowMaker and play with
some of the customization features until I get it the way I like.
Both WindowMaker and AfterStep documentation mention using .xinitrc,
.xsession and .profile that should exist in each of the users home
directory. These files do not exist if these are not created for the
users are they using some default? If so where is the default located?
(/etc or some such). If anyone out there has done this type of thing in
RedHat I'd greatly appreciate any help, tips, how-tos or advice that you
would be willing to share.
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