I have just installed xmonad on my laptop with Debian jessie, and like it so far... I have previously used the default gnome-shell desktop (/window?) -manager, and still want to keep it 100% intact while I'm learning how to use xmonad.
Many xmonad tutorials talk about modifying the .xsessionrc file to add for example wallpapers, and so on http://beginners-guide-to-xmonad.readthedocs.io/wallpaper.html. However, I'm guessing that messing with the .xsessionrc file will also affect gnome-shell...
Is it somehow possible to have multiple .xsessionrc files, such that I can have one for xmonad and one for gnome-shell?.. or is there perhaps a better solution to this problem?
I wish to keep the gnome-shell session as it is, and I also wish to keep the default display manager for login.