There are several programs available which will allow you to select from
multiple window managers on startup. The one I use is called guichooser.
When you startx, guichooser runs and gives you a panel with pushbuttons on
it which you can use to start & run any WM you have configured on your
system. When you exit a WM, the panel pops up and you can start another WM
or exit X. Sure beats having to reconfigure your .xinitrc file!
>make a .xinitrc file in your home dir with this contents or if you have it
>already edit it so that it will load your choosen windowmanager like this..
># exec enlightenment
>and everytime u want to use another windowmanager cooment and uncomment to
>hope this helps
>> I installed enlightenment and added a line in my xinitrc script and the
>> program loaded fine. But when I try to comment or delete the
>> line to access my other window managers, enlightenment continues to boot
>> Could someone let me know how I can access my other window managers and
>> enlightenment as an option only