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Old 12-30-2003, 08:38 PM   #1
GregB3
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Using Ximian XD2 and KDE on SuSE 9.0


I have recently installed Ximian XD2 on a PC running SuSE 9.0 Pro. I did a plain vanilla, default install of XD2. Both XD2 and Red Carpet are running fine. When I get to the XD2 graphical login screen I only have three session selections, Last, GNOME, and Xsession. I would like to add KDE to the session list so that I can use either XD2 or KDE by selecting them from the gdm login screen. I can't find anything on this subject on either the Ximian or the SuSE web site knowledgebases. The XD2 gdm login screen doesn't have any selection for configuring the session types, and I haven't found any settings program that will let me add KDE to the gdm login session selector. Any information will be appreciated.
 
  


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