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Use a template file for your xmonad version from the [[Xmonad/Config_archive]]
 
Use a template file for your xmonad version from the [[Xmonad/Config_archive]]
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http://haskell.org/haskellwiki/Xmonad/Config_archive
   
 
<code>% xmonad --version</code> will tell you what release version you have. If you are running from darcs hopefully you know it already, since darcs will still show the version of the latest release.
 
<code>% xmonad --version</code> will tell you what release version you have. If you are running from darcs hopefully you know it already, since darcs will still show the version of the latest release.
   
You also may have a version that came with your installation somewhere like $docdir/xmonad/man/xmonad.hs or with the xmonad source. Often /usr/share/doc is $docdir.
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You also may have a sample xmonad.hs that came with your installation somewhere like $docdir/xmonad/man/xmonad.hs or with the xmonad source. Often /usr/share/doc is $docdir.

Latest revision as of 20:03, 8 October 2009

Use a template file for your xmonad version from the Xmonad/Config_archive

http://haskell.org/haskellwiki/Xmonad/Config_archive

% xmonad --version will tell you what release version you have. If you are running from darcs hopefully you know it already, since darcs will still show the version of the latest release.

You also may have a sample xmonad.hs that came with your installation somewhere like $docdir/xmonad/man/xmonad.hs or with the xmonad source. Often /usr/share/doc is $docdir.