As you Ubuntu folks know, Canonical has switched away from the gnome desktop in favor of Unity for Natty. However, you can still access Gnome through a "classic" option in the login screen. Since I can't live without bluetile (a tiling window manager) I've been sticking with the "classic" option but then launching bluetile every time I turn on my PC. (Before Natty, there was a "gnome + bluetile" option available on login that made this unnecessary.)
My question is, what's the Right Way to configure my box to once again have a working "gnome + bluetile" option available on login? There is no documentation for this and it involves some pretty arcane linux/xwindows stuff I don't fully understand.
Is the correct answer to create a new file with the name
/usr/share/gnome-session/sessions/bluetile.session? This is the best I've been able to guess. How do I found out the correct info for this file? Is there an example of this anywhere on the interwebs? I can't find any.
Thanks for any tips!