What file would you edit in your home directory to change which window manager you want to use? A) Xinit B) .xinitrc C)

ranilele38
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What file would you edit in your home directory to change which window manager you want to use? A) Xinit B) .xinitrc C)

Postby ranilele38 » Thu Oct 06, 2016 4:19 pm

What file would you edit in your home directory to change which window manager you want to use?
A) Xinit
B) .xinitrc
C) XF86Setup
D) xstart
E) xf86init

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Re: What file would you edit in your home directory to change which window manager you want to use? A) Xinit B) .xinitr

Postby santosh » Thu Oct 06, 2016 4:19 pm

Answer: B - The ~/.xinitrc file allows you to set which window man-ager you want to use when logging in to X from that account.
Answers a, d, and e are all invalid files. Answer c is the main X server configuration file.

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What file would you edit in your home directory to change which window manager you want to use A Xinit B xinitrc C

Postby AnnaleeTup » Wed May 03, 2017 12:17 pm

Thanks Richard for your reply.

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