Originally posted by PinRojas
I already have KDE installed and it's running. But gdm still appearing first. How can I configure my linux to start with KDE first?
In debian, the easiest way is to install kdm and then if you want, customize it to automatically log you in using KDE's Control Center.
You install kdm with:
apt-get install kdm
As with any other apt-get install, you need root access to install it. The install script will notice that you're currently using "gdm", and will ask you if you want "kdm" to be your default login manager instead. Say yes, and then at some point reboot your machine. (gdm will stay running as your login manager until you reboot.)