On Fri, 06 Oct 2006 02:16:09 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> __/ [ Linonut ] on Friday 06 October 2006 00:41 \__
>> After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Culley belched out this bit o' wisdom:
>>> begin risky.vbs
>>> Linonut <linonut@xxxxxxxx> writes:
>>>> Man, last night XFce blew up in my face!
>>>> Turns out there was no xfwm4 (window manager) running! WTF?
>>>> I look around in .config/xfce4, but could not find anything to fix.
>>> Why didn't you just run the xfce (or any) wm from a terminal window. A
>>> wm is just an X client albeit a rather special one.
>> I did that, but no go. But I had the wrong args anyway:
>> xfwm4 --sm-client-id 11c0a86d12000109923752900000003540000 --display
>> All is well, though. Actually a little better as it seems a wee bit
>> Next time I'll do better forensics!
> That's why they call it "beta" and advice that you only install it on your
> test machine (or test CMS or whatever). *smile*
And there it is ladies and germs.
The classic Linux user excuse.
"It's beta/free what do you expect?"
FWIW the entire Linux system can be considered beta, for the most part
BTW why are you always *smiling* at guys?
Are you homosexual?
> Hope you get this sorted out...