Ok, I had the same problem as you when I tried to install sawfish from
RPM files. The reason is you have to go to the gnome control panel and
to window managers. Highlight sawfish and then select configure button
(or what ever it says). When I installed it from RPM's, the configure
button didn't work. It would crash the control panel everytime. But
what I did was I installed helix gnome which has a nice installer that
does everything automatically. You just download the installer and let
Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/Quote:> I like Sawfish, but I *hate* the way you have to click with the right
> mouse button to raise a window. I tried changing it in the Gnome
> Control Center. it worked fine with the left mouse button, but I lost
> the ability to move windows around.
> Is there any way I can get Sawfish to behave like all the other window
> managers I have used in this respect?
> Phillip Deackes
> Using Storm Linux 2000
Before you buy.