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OK, go to control center->system->login manager, click on modify, enter root password when prompted, go to Sessions tab New Type enter enlightenment click add button, Apply., button, exit from KDEc(or whatever desktop environment/window manager you are using), you'll be presented with KDE login, from pulldown menu choose enlightenment, enter user name and pass and you should be able to login to E.
Hope it works for you.