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Re: KDE occupies GDM



On Tue, 12 Oct 2004 00:03:03 +0200, Markus Huber
<humarfedoralists yahoo de> wrote:
> Just tried kde-redhat on a FC2-machine, but it did not have
> internationalisation for the office-packages, so I did a downgrade back
> to a very vanilla up to date FC2/Updates/Extras/Livna-machine.
> 
> The downgrade was actually quite smoothly done, but one last thing is
> haunting me. The default desktop through GDM is still KDE.
> 
> I cannot see any suspicious thin in any of the configuration files i am
> aware of:
> 
> /etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf looks unsuspicious to me
> /etc/X11/gdm/Sessions includes both GNOME and KDE
> /etc/X11/dm/Sessions includes GNOME
> 
> $ cat /etc/sysconfig/desktop
> DESKTOP="GNOME"
> 
> # switchdesk gnome
> -> no effect
> 
> $ switchdesk gnome
> -> no effect
> 
> # gdmsetup
> I cannot find any configuration tool to set the default desktop.
> 
> Do I miss anything out? In the meantime I am even thinking of KDM having
> genetically modified itself to look exactly like GDM.
> 
> Simply: I ran out of ideas. Maybe somebody knows the little bit I am
> missing out.

Use switchdesk it is a tool do exactly what you need. You should find
it in the menus somewhere or open terminal and run it.

Pybe


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