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Emacs and Fvwm-95 problems

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Hi!

I don't want it to open the controlpanel and two shell-windows everytime i run startx (and start fvwm-95).
Wher and how do I change  that????
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From your question, I assume you are using Red Hat 4.*

First, I strongly recommend that you use the control panel to
create an account other than root, and start using that account for purposes other than system administration.

That will put the control panel away.

If you are still bothered with the "shell-windows",
look into /etc/X11/TheNextLevel/.fvwm2rc.init

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