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If there a way to do this?
I've read the pcmanfm guide in how to do this but it doesn't work. I see no default.session i can change, and gnome-session-remove doesn't exist.
Anyone help please?
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Have you tried gconf-editor, navigate to:
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and change, then log off and log in.
Untried just giving it a go now.
:Edit: That didn't work, will keep playing
What about : http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-to-replac ... buntu.html
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