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How to get Gnome and Enlightenment co-existing?

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I've just done a clean install of RedHat 9 and I've only chosen to install GNOME (as KDE gets grumpy about not being a WM) - I was wondering how I can install Enlightenment so that it will be my WM, but GNOME still acting as my desktop. I did it years ago (circa 1999) - but so much has changed since then.

 

Any ideas? :(

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when I was toying with Mandrake 10, I found that Enlightenment was pretty neat, so I've been dying to mess with it again, however I can't get it to load on SuSe 9.1. From when I messed with it before, it's kind of a windows manager of a windows manager. It's basically a shell for KDE or GNOME so it's require that you build it over the top of it. I could be wrong, but that's the gist of the info I've read up on it, and to load it, just log out of your X-session, then log back in but choose Enlightenment as your windows manager for the session.

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