Re: Default window manager

> > configuration. Imlib's cache is disabled for GNOME, which causes a much
> > higher memory usage than would otherwise be necessary (a decision
> > without any merit from the pragmatic POV, IMHO). 
> Except that the cache doesn't work...

I can see this is becoming a flame war. :-)  From previous discussions I
believe that the initial install of GNOME should allow you to pick the
default windowmanager.


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