Configuration files for getting XMonad working with different desktop environments.
Choose right file for your desktop environment.
These files have been tested with following distros:
- Linux Mint 13.
- Fedora 15.
Don't forget to copy xmonad.hs file to your ~/.xmonad/ directory.
Each time you change xmonad.hs file, you should run following command:
$ xmonad --recompile
In order to use XMonad with MATE you need to execute following commmand:
$ mateconftool-2 -s /desktop/mate/session/required_components/windowmanager xmonad --type string
Instead of executing mentioned command, it's possible to create a startup shortcut with following command:
$ /usr/bin/xmonad --replace
Each time you computer boots the command above will be executed and your default window manager will be XMonad