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Jul
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accepted changing file premissions doesn't work
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29
comment changing file premissions doesn't work
Thanks. It's not a read only disk - I just created the file. I posted the result of strace, but I'm not to sure whats going on there.
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asked Add a non-Georgian calendar in MATE
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accepted starting multiple x-sessions with different DE/WMs with startx in Linux Mint
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revised starting multiple x-sessions with different DE/WMs with startx in Linux Mint
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Apr
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comment starting multiple x-sessions with different DE/WMs with startx in Linux Mint
@Leiaz when I don't have a xmonad.hs file I get the message above, when I have one I don't. Any way I get a white screen, and pressing Alt+Shift+Enter results with a window that shows for a moment and nothing else. Pressing Alt+J, Alt-k or Alt+Space doesn't do any thing I can see.
Mar
26
comment starting multiple x-sessions with different DE/WMs with startx in Linux Mint
@Mikel it doesn't exist, but xmonad runs very nicely when I choose it from the login in screen. Adding `-- :1 doesn't change any thing.
Mar
26
comment starting multiple x-sessions with different DE/WMs with startx in Linux Mint
@Mikel I don't have a .xinitfile. (running find / -name .xinitrc 2> /dev/null resulted with nothing.