Other Desktop Environments Missing?
On my laptop, when it ran Fedora 8/Ubuntu (changed with the weather...), I kept two users on file, one for work stuff and one for recreational stuff. Excessive, perhaps, but it makes me happy. For recreational stuff, I liked to use KDE for a variety of reasons.
I now have Fedora 9 (hopefully 10 soon) on my laptop, with the two user accounts. KDE is installed. I have verified this. However, with Fedora 9, Gnome seems to be bereft of customisability. Did I miss something? The pertinent issue is that the login screen does not have any way to specify which Environment to use for the session, and I can no longer find any configuration utility for setting up the login screen, nor one for setting the default session Environment. I never had this problem before... how do I set this up so I can change Desktop Environments, from the login screen or otherwise?
Thanks a bunch,