After upgrade to KDE 4: KDE session invalid, defaults to twm
I have upgraded to KDE4 on Debian Lenny
(using the testing and unstable repos.
Aptitude installed e.g.
The Debian login screen comes up but tells that
the kde session type is no more valid.
The only session types available are Default, twm, TWM, Failsafe.
However if I login with twm and do
BTW I ran kaboom and selected original KDE4 settings
Also you can grep for kdeinit rather than kdm and see if that's running. The fact that kdm is running is not indicative of a functioning kde. I can start kde from gdm, for example. So gdm will be running but not gnome.
ps -ef| grep kdeinit does not show anything.
But then that is while twm is running.
aptitude (ncurses) does not report any broken packages.
Thank you for the reply
Although I am quite optimistic that this could work, I have decided to go back to KDE 3.5
There is a similar thread 'No kde in session options in login window; using twm' but their solution
is for Fedora not for Debian.
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