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Have a look at /etc/X11/Xsession.d/50x11-common_determine-startup: if [ -z "$STARTUP" ]; then if [ -x /usr/bin/x-session-manager ]; then STARTUP=x-session-manager elif [ -x /usr/bin/x-window-manager ]; then STARTUP=x-window-manager elif [ -x /usr/bin/x-terminal-emulator ]; then STARTUP=x-terminal-emulator fi fi So basically, this tries ...


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The shell extension TaskBar proved useful in my case, it can be accessed via this link. In order to disable the active application icon I went into the preferences of this shell extension then under the Misc tab I switched the slider to on next to the Hide Default App Menu. I do not know if this is the expected effect of this setting but I achieved the ...


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After having disabled gdm for the runlevel 2 (additionnal informations here), the file that you have to create in your home directory (/home/your_username) is .xinitrc and not .xinit #!/bin/sh exec awesome You can find a lot of informations on .xinitrc here. Then the startx command will launch awesome Wm


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You want to change what's started in the default runlevel. You can find that with runlevel; it's probably 2 (you'll see N 2 -- in any case it's the last number). Assuming it's 2, now ls /etc/rc2.d (or rc3.d, etc.). Everything in there is a symlink with a prefix S[N] or K[N] where N is a number between 1 and 99. Somewhere in that list you'll see (most ...



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