how now [green] KDE?
freebsd at edvax.de
Sun Oct 10 14:34:42 UTC 2010
On Sun, 10 Oct 2010 07:33:50 -0400 (EDT), Chris Hill <chris at monochrome.org> wrote:
> On Sat, 9 Oct 2010, Gary Kline wrote:
> > Also, what do I add to ~kline/[*]?
> I have the file .xinitrc in ~, but I think that gets created by the xorg
> install process.
No. Install processes usually do not do anything inside a user's
Depending on using xdm (will work with KDE) or kdm (KDE's own
graphical login manager), or simply "startx" (without any display
manager), you will have to create ~/.xinitrc and (or) ~/.xsession.
Those are shell scripts executed at X startup.
As I am not a KDE user, I can only guess about what command
actually starts KDE; I think it is "startkde". So your ~/.xsession
file could look like this:
A shebang line may be included, but is not required. If you're
using the C shell (FreeBSD's standard dialog shell) and want to
obtain its settings (you may have customized them), OR when you're
using X by "startx" without a display manager, you may consider
using the two-stage approach, which is:
If a display manager is present, it will inherit the C shell's settings
and then "switch over to" xinitrc mechanism.
# Your customized commands here, e. g.
[ -f ~/.xmodmaprc ] && xmodmap ~/.xmodmaprc
xrandr --fb 1400x1050
xrandr --size 1400x1050
xsetroot -solid rgb:3b/4c/7a
xterm -fg black -bg beige -title Terminal &
xset b 100 1000 15 &
xset r rate 250 30 &
xset s off &
xset -dpms &
# And finally your window manager or desktop environment:
# I have "exec wmaker" here :-)
With this setup, you can use
c) any other dm
d) no dm (startx only, even per auto-login)
> Don't know what you would need for KDE, but I would hope
> the package/port would create a default version of whatever you need.
The "startkde" command should be fully sufficient, as all other things
are to be configured inside KDE.
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