It’s awesome!

I think I’ll be using awesome from now on. It might take some time moving all my settings from Xfce; but probably not, considering how fast I’ve found the settings I had in Gnome “pretty much irrelevant”.

One of the issues was flipping back to good old XTerm. This thread on Ubuntu forums was helpful.

Oh, and I had to add

/usr/local/bin/xrdb /home/cy/.Xresources &

to ~/.xinitrc. Note the & in the end, otherwise you’ll get some errors from Xorg, which isn’t able to start up for obvious reasons then.

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