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The command to start it up is mutter --replace The command is to be saved in a .sh file and later a .desktop file is to be added to the xsessions directory. I found this tutorial where it is clearly stated but using compiz though..
Desktop icons are handled by the file manager, which is Nemo in Cinnamon Edition Caja in MATE Edition Thunar in Xfce Edition With KDE there's a special case, as there are no icons directly on the desktop. Here, desktop icons are held by certain widgets, which are AFAIK controlled by the desktop environment. Wallpapers are being managed by the desktop ...
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