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Added installation details about python ABI.
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It is generally a good idea to enable the <code>dbus</code> useflag to deal with dbus messages. The <code>widget-*</code> useflags are only needed if you would like to include the given widgets. These widgets are included in Qtile, but require additional dependencies.You can skip Leaving <code>widget-*</code> useflags unset will remove the underlying widgets from qtile sources to [[#Getting Started]] if you use a [[:Category:Display_Managers|display manager]]. The following lines describe how to use qtile with [[Pacakge:Xinit|Xinit]]avoid warnings about missing dependencies.
Very likely, you don't need to enable multiple python ABIs for qtile. To make your mind, here are the few things to know to choose the right ABI: * Python 2.7 uses [[Package:Trollius|trollius]], Python 3.3 uses [[Package:Asyncio|asyncio]], Python 3.4 has asyncio built-in.* GoogleCalendar and Wlan widgets depend on packages that are python 2.7 only. If you plan to use one of these widgets, use python 2.7 ABI. Once you 've emerged qtile with the useflags and python ABI of your choice, you can skip to [[#Getting Started]] if you use a [[:Category:Display_Managers|display manager]]. The following lines describe how to use qtile with [[Pacakge:Xinit|Xinit]]. In order to run qtile with xinit, add this line to your <code>~/.xinitrc</code>:
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And run <code>xinit</code> to launch qtile. You can also configure a display manager instead, but this is not covered in this document.
 
=== Getting Started ===
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