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#1 2007-06-06 18:35:18

lgwapnitsky
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Registered: 2007-06-06
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xfce and gnome-session-properties

Up until this morning, I was running Gnome and decided to switch to XFCE.  I had some programs set to startup in Gnome using gnome-session-properties, and they start up fine in XFCE, but I now have no way of editing that list.  When I try to run gnome-session-properties, I'm told "session manager does not support GNOME extensions".

Any advice?  I'd really like to avoid going back to Gnome if possible.

Thanks,
Larry

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#2 2007-06-07 07:48:47

Nick
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Re: xfce and gnome-session-properties

Beter remove the them entirely (login to gnome and remove them or drop the configuration files, I hve no idea where they're stored) and use the xfce4-autostart-editor.

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#3 2007-06-07 09:02:12

SimonJ
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Re: xfce and gnome-session-properties

Would unticking the Gnome option in Sessions & startup stop the Gnome config files from being read?

Just a thought...


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#4 2007-06-07 09:07:04

Nick
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Re: xfce and gnome-session-properties

Duno, I'm not using gNOme :razz:, but that might solve it.

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