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#1 2009-10-16 22:05:14

s0ulslack
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From: Idaho
Registered: 2005-12-25
Posts: 291

How to ask a Question

Before you ask a question, please make sure you've searched the Forum.  You can also try the Wiki, it contains a great FAQ, Tips & Tricks as well as How To's.

Things to include in you post:

  • Xfce Version

  • Your Distribution and Version

  • If you've problems starting an application then run the app from a terminal and post all errors

  • Any other information that you think may be useful (its better to have too much info than not enough)

If you question is answered please put "[solved]" in front of the title, you do this by editing you first post and modifying the subject line.

Thanks and enjoy the Forums!

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#2 2009-10-17 02:29:48

~sHyLoCk~
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Registered: 2009-10-12
Posts: 3

Re: How to ask a Question

Please correct the Wiki Url.

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#3 2009-10-17 03:53:10

s0ulslack
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From: Idaho
Registered: 2005-12-25
Posts: 291

Re: How to ask a Question

~sHyLoCk~ wrote:

Please correct the Wiki Url.

Corrected, thanks smile

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#4 2013-05-25 06:43:49

cross93
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Registered: 2013-03-20
Posts: 4

Re: How to ask a Question

thanks, information

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#5 2013-06-19 19:42:21

DavidBiesack
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Registered: 2012-06-09
Posts: 10

Re: How to ask a Question

It might be nice to describe how to find the version(s)

I found I can use

xfce4-panel --version
xfdesktop-settings --version

(that is two dashes) and the tools print their versions:

xfce4-panel 4.10.0 (Xfce 4.10)
xfdesktop-settings 4.10.2 (Xfce 4.10)

But it is dangerous to run

startxfce4 --version

as that does not print the version, but starts a new session and runs your xinit again

I don't know the commands for some of the xfce components

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