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I recently downloaded Enlightenment and wanted to give it a try. I used to know how to add session types to KDM with earlier versions but I guess KDM is different with the newer versions of KDE. I want to add enlightenment to the menu but I can't seem to find the file that KDM reads the list of managers from. Thx
Ok here I will post my files I did put the exact file names and it still didnt show up in fact, I use Fluxbox and Fluxbox is under the sessions list yet it doesnt have an xsession file there is no fluxbox.desktop file in usr/share/xsessions/ want to explain that?
I enlightenment.desktop (Read Row 1 Col 1 8:12 Ctrl-K H for help
Comment=This session logs you into Enlightenment
# no icon yet, only the top three are currently used
It used to be like that I changed it last time like that but now since its a different version of KDE it doesnt even have that line in there. KDM is reading what session types to display from another file thats what Im trying to find