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|+There are several ways to start Qtile. The most common way is via an entry in|
|+your X session manager's menu. The default Qtile behavior can be invoked by|
|+creating a `qtile.desktop|
|+<https://github.com/qtile/qtile/blob/master/resources/qtile.desktop>`_ file in|
|+A second way to start Qtile is a custom X session. This way allows you to|
|+invoke Qtile with custom arguments, and also allows you to do any setup you|
|+want (e.g. special keyboard bindings like mapping caps lock to control, setting|
|+your desktop background, etc.) before Qtile starts. If you're using an X|
|+session manager, you still may need to create a ``custom.desktop`` file similar|
|+to the ``qtile.desktop`` file above, but with ``Exec=/etc/X11/xsession``. Then,|
|+create your own ``~/.xsession``. There are several examples of user defined|
|+``xsession`` s in the `qtile-examples|