[b]how i can restore my interface setting?[/b]

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[b]how i can restore my interface setting?[/b]

Postby mansoor_chauhan » Fri Jun 20, 2003 4:30 am



OS: Linux RedHat 7.3

i m a new user of linux, some where in desktop settings, there were two options were given, one was gnome other one, i forgot. i have chosen the other option. in order to see effect of this change. i restarted the machine.

i load my the interface by typing startx command. System got stuck on first brown screen. And only left mouse button is workin, it offer some options like, xterm, twm, restart, exit and kill etc etc.

i want my previous envirnoment back. please help me

gimme the exact syntax which can restore my previous settings.

Thanks
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Postby newbie » Sat Jun 21, 2003 2:36 am

to configure your X again in redhat 7.3

use command
"setup"
or
"Xconfiguartor"

then use command

"switchdesk GNOME"
and
"switchdesk KDE"
to make any of them your defaut desktops.

then simply

"startx"
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