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In /usr/share/xsessions I got two .desktop files. One is xubuntu.desktop the othe is xfce.desktop. Despite the fact that some Comment= and Name= tags differ, they are identical. both run Exec=startxfce4. Yet, when I log in to the two different sessions they look quite different from each other. For example does the Xubuntu session have much more entries in the xfce settings window.

That brings me to the conclusion that the actual session configs must be somewhere else, but where?

I know, that I can create a custom xsession.desktop that follows the ~/.xsession but I couldn't find the files that control the sessions that are pre-installed on my system.

I run Xubuntu 16.04

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If your talking about xorg.conf then it should be in /etc/X11 but according to the official page "Most systems don't ship with an X config file any more, but sometimes you need one"

From Ubuntu forum it states:

The correct place is /etc/X11/xorg.conf, but the file doesn't exist by
default in Ubuntu (things are mostly automatically detected instead).

If you need to configure something in that file, just create it and it will be used

Source:

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config

https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1618251

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