xinit is a Unix command that starts the X Window Server.

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Start application using xinit on different tty

I'm using Fedora 21, trying the following: On tty1 is running KDE, just as normal. But to speed up my games/avoid them changing something like gamma, I want to run them on a differnt tty, starting a ...
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What is the exact command to start the openbox-lxde default session in raspbian?

I am trying to configure my .xinitrc to be able to choose different window managers before starting X but I cannot reproduce the same environment as when I just run startx without a .xinitrc file in ...
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How to start the twm manager on a system which already has a window manager ?

I am using linux mint codename rebecca with xface. I tried to follow a description how to start a window manager of once choice: created an empty .xinitrc file in my homefolder filled the file with ...
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xset not having any effect in my .xsessionrc file

I need to set some trackpoint settings automatically. I don't know the best file in which to place these commands, but I used .xsessionrc. The commands are properly executed (I can verify that by ...
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How to use i3 on CentOS 7 with Gnome?

I have a CentOS 7 with Gnome running on my machine. Now I want to use i3 as the window manager. I managed to install i3 but I don't know how to make CentOS 7 use i3 now. I tried to edit .xinitrc like ...
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Position window automaticly in TWM

The man pages of TWM tells me that if I specify a -geometry [size x size] + offset + offset, TWM will honor this and create the window in that location. For which types of windows is this possible? ...
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script started in .xinitrc stays in processes

I have made a little startup bash-script to run before my wm starts. Unfortunately after X and WM is started this script is still listed in the in htop and I don't have a clue why... this is the ...
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starting LXDE automatically (without Display Manager)

I am disappointed with existing Display Managers, and so I was wondering wheteher I could live without one. I have very basic needs on my laptop. I have one user martin who wants to be logged into ...