Originally Posted by Chunky77
I've heard of switchdesk, but I think I also heard that you have to install Fedora with both of them from the start. I've installed Fedora with KDE. I'm totally open to reinstalling the OS if I need to, to get both KDE and Gnome installed, but how do I go about doing this?
Basically, I want the following:
Gnome and KDE with switchdesk on Fedora 11 64bit.
I have currently:
Fedora 11 64bit with KDE.
It does not matter if you install KDE or GNOME first.
After wards you can install any other GUI you like to install
The easy way to do so use you're package manager .
Depending on with version of Fedora use deskstop Gnome or Gnome desktop
as search argument if you like to install GNOME as the second desktop
A other think disable the autologin so can change the desktop at login