[xmonad] xmonad as a stand-alone?

Christopher Svanefalk christopher.svanefalk at gmail.com
Mon Sep 19 10:50:17 CEST 2011

Dear all,

I am rather new to "manually" setting up a desktop environment, so please
bear with me.

I would like to be able to boot my system straight into xmonad, without
having to have any particular desktop environment installed. Currently, I
run LXDE and am able to choose xmonad as my wm, but LXDE is of course still
present, and I would like to be rid of it. My goal is a "clean system" based
only around xmonad and any other packages I need to get it running.

How could I accomplish this? What config files would I have to fiddle with
to get it running, and what other packages would I need apart from xmonad?

Thanks in advance to everyone!


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