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Re: Changing the Default Session



Hi,

there is a tool called switchdesk. You can call it every time. It prompts
for the session type (kde, gnome,aso).

Regards

Joachim Backes

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On 05-Oct-2004 Wayne Leutwyler wrote:
>  
>  On Oct 5, 2004, at 4:03 AM, Paul C D Dann wrote:
>  
> > I cannot see how to change the Default Session at login(at present it's
> > Gnome).  Please refer me to a HowTo, at least.
> >
> > Paul D
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>  
>  look in /etc/sysconfig/desktop
>  
>  In mine I have the following:
>  
>  DESKTOP="KDE"
>  DISPLAYMANAGER="KDE"
>  
>  This gives me KDE as the default Desktop and KDM as the default login 
>  manager.
>  
>  
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