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I have redhat. Every time i hit startx and start my desktop in loads twice cause i get double the icons on the desktop then if I hit 'refresh desktop'
they all double again how can i get rid of this what are the main files that startup when x starts?
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Look for the following:
..xinitrc  - this should contain something like "exec gnome-session"

You can see "resource" files (those that begin with a `.' by typing ls -a)

If you are running gnome/kde/enlightenment there will also be other resource files and directories of resource files such as:

..gnome
..e-conf
..enlightenment

Best wishes,
modulus
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hey thanks
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