On Tue, Apr 06, 2004 at 12:06:11AM -0700, Suraj Kumar wrote:
Praveen Kumar wrote on Tue, Apr 06, 2004 at 12:22:27PM +0530:Excuse me? The current version of GNOME is 2.6. How can you judge it
| GNOME, it crashed. Since then I have problems with GNOME. GNOME failed
| to start next time. So, I swithced to Failsafe GNOME session and it
| got started. After that even if I go into the normal sessions, the
| GNOME 2 window decorations are gone. I am getting the "Crux" window
| decoration (GNOME 1) as default. Even if I try switching between GTK 2
| themes, the same window decoration (Crux) remains persistent and only
| the UI look and feel changes. What could be wrong? Should I force
| install GNOME components again to recover?
Did you try debugging the problem by moving your .gconf, .gconfd,
The best thing would be, in my opinion, to use something lighter than
GNOME. GNOME is just too complex and fragile (atleast from the GNOME
1.4 I used to use).
Sawfish is my always-recommended choice,I'm going to change my sig to "a window manager is not a desktop environment" :)
especially if you love customising things :)
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