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Old 04-28-2006, 05:29 PM   #1
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Question Changing Sessions?

just started using Fedora 5 and have been in default desktop that is Gnome and I wanted to check out the KDE, so I logged out to change session but there is no KDE option to pick from just gnome, last login and failsafe, OK so I went back to see if it was installed and found it was installed. How do I get it into the session menu to pick it for next login?
Old 04-28-2006, 06:13 PM   #2
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Not used FC5 but how did you install? During the install did you select both gnome and KDE?
If not then you can install from either from the CD or from yum or apt update utilities.
To see what is installed use the command ' rpm -qa | grep kde* ' and post the output.
You may just have the needed libriares to run KDE QT apps in the Gnome enviroment.



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