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%blue%How to install GNOME in FreeBSD and start GNOME

To install the GNOME package from the network, simply type:

# pkg_add -r gnome2

To build GNOME from source, use the ports tree:

# cd /usr/ports/x11/gnome2
# make install clean

Once GNOME is installed, the X server must be told to start GNOME instead of a default window manager.

%red%Enabled by adding gdm_enable="YES" to /etc/rc.conf.

Once rebooted, GNOME will start automatically.

GNOME may also be started from the command-line by properly configuring a file named .xinitrc.

#% echo "/usr/local/bin/gnome-session" > ~/.xinitrc

And then start GNOME using the command below.

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%blue%How to install GNOME in FreeBSD and start GNOME

To install the GNOME package from the network, simply type:

# pkg_add -r gnome2

To build GNOME from source, use the ports tree:

# cd /usr/ports/x11/gnome2
# make install clean

Once GNOME is installed, the X server must be told to start GNOME instead of a default window manager.

%red%Enabled by adding gdm_enable="YES" to /etc/rc.conf.

Once rebooted, GNOME will start automatically.

GNOME may also be started from the command-line by properly configuring a file named .xinitrc.

#% echo "/usr/local/bin/gnome-session" > ~/.xinitrc

And then start GNOME using the command below.

#startx
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%blue%How to install GNOME in FreeBSD and start GNOME

To install the GNOME package from the network, simply type:

# pkg_add -r gnome2

To build GNOME from source, use the ports tree:

# cd /usr/ports/x11/gnome2
# make install clean

Once GNOME is installed, the X server must be told to start GNOME instead of a default window manager.

%red%Enabled by adding gdm_enable="YES" to /etc/rc.conf.

Once rebooted, GNOME will start automatically.

GNOME may also be started from the command-line by properly configuring a file named .xinitrc.

#% echo "/usr/local/bin/gnome-session" > ~/.xinitrc

And then start GNOME using the command below.

#startx
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