Re: startx equivalent for Wayland

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I asked:

> I detest a graphical login and insist on running in multi-user mode
> (old runlevel 3). To start an X11 session after login, I can use the
> startx command. But I haven't found an equivalent command to start a
> Wayland session.
> An old post on this list suggests using weston-launch. But dnf says
> there is no package that includes such a command and I can't find any
> other weston command that looks likely. Surely I can't be the only one
> wanting to start from a command line?

Samuel Sieb wrote:

>You need to start the desktop you want to run.  e.g. gnome-shell

Thanks. So there is no equivalent of /etc/sysconfig/desktop?

Personally, I prefer KDE. I can eliminate most of the "icons" and
similar junk and just manage using things I can read (though it does
take some effort to disable that stuff).
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