And: In versions 5+ of Redhat, there is an item on the menu whichQuote:> > Also, you really do have to some major tunnelling to turn that stupid
> > FVWMxyz thing off. Doing so is proof that you are worthy of being
> > free of it.
> Just what kind of *bullshit* are you blabbering there?
> FVWMx configuration is arcane. Full stop. This is not Red Hat's fault
> - it's not a fault at all, it's just that the author wanted to make
> the thing flexible. As to "getting away" from one window manager and
> using a second one - the necessary procedure is the same on all Linux
> distros: either you do startx my-fave-wm or you change the exec line
> in your .xinitrc.
allows the user to change thier windowmanager without any editing of
The wheel is turning but the hamster is dead.