Please do make note that it is no longer necessary to invoke "startx"
to get the graphical developer experience.
For existing systems, you can either enable the gdm.service systemd unit,
sudo swupd bundle-add desktop-autostart
This will cause GDM (GNOME Display Manager) to start automatically on boot.
The default session is GNOME Shell, however you may use the session menu (cog)
to select GNOME Flashback if its more appropriate for your usecase/hardware/tastes.
If you're adding the desktop bundle to Clear Linux for the first time, it's
highly recommended to just add the "desktop-autostart" bundle and restart.
If you have not yet created any users, you will be greeted with the GNOME Initial Setup
screen which will guide you through the creation of this first user, password, keyboard,
locale, wireless, etc, which should drastically simplify the process for most people.
- Ikey Doherty
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