I am confused. I’ve googled all the internet.
It seems that ArchLabs doesnt use xinit as a session manager. At least, there are no files in /etc/X11/xinit or ~/.xinitrc.
I used lightDM display manager, and there was Xsession file in /etc/lightdm folder. Now I’ve disabled lightdm service and enabled LXDM. I’ve also installed lxsession-gtk3. But I haven’t found a slightest manual in the internet on how to make lxsession to work. They all just say do
sudo pacman -S lxsession which is done of course. They say, there 'd be a config file for lxsession in ~/.configs or at least /etc/xdg/lxsession (there is NO such folder).
There is a folder /usr/share/xsessions which contain only
bspwm.desktop (I am using bspwm window manager).
Th question of the day.
Do I need to create all these folders and files for lxsession manually, how do I set lxsession on autostart and how to know what is my session manager and where are it’s configs? Is there a universal way to chek it?
It seems I have neither xinit as a session manager nor lightDM nor Lxsession.
I have no idea what I have and where are the configs.
I am totally confused.
P. S. I know these are stupid questions so I am sorry, but a little help with explanations would be very appreciated.