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Installing XFCE as a Desktop Environment:
We will be using SLiM as our login manager since it’s nice and lightweight.
Run the following command to install all the requirements to get XFCE up and running:
pacman -S xfce4 xfce4-goodies gamin ttf-liberation xorg-server dbus slim
Now that that is done you simply need to copy “/etc/skel/.xinitrc” and “/etc/skel/.xsession” to your home directory (and for all the other users you wish to be able to login using SLiM) like so:
Copying for user named “root” (who we’re signed on as):
cp /etc/skel/.xinitrc ~/.xinitrc
cp /etc/skel/.xsession ~/.xsession
Copying for user named “roger” (who we’re not signed on as):
cp /etc/skel/.xinitrc /home/roger/.xinitrc
cp /etc/skel/.xsession /home/roger/.xsession
Open up the file named “.xinitrc” in the home directories of both root (~/) as well as roger (/home/roger/):
Uncomment the line that reads “#exec startxfce4″ in each of the two files so that it now reads:
If the line does not exist in the file then simply add it to the bottom of the file and make sure that all other exec lines are commented out.
Now all you need to do is enable the SLiM service in systemd. So simply type:
systemctl enable slim.service
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