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leduytien 10-20-2004 11:12 AM

How to remove KDE completely?
There is some error in my KDE system (everytime I try to use KDE - the sound system just disappear! even when I return to Gnome => cost time to re-configure). Now, I want to remove KDE completely - but don't know how to.

I use Fedora Core 3. There is a link System Settings => Add/Remove applications - but it just removes some extra applications of KDE. I want to remove KDE completely from the system, so that there is no way to start computer in KdE. Anyone can help me?

mikedeatworld 10-20-2004 11:40 AM

window mngr.
Alternatley, you could just setup your default window manager to gnome. With KDE apps, I'm not sure, but I think so applications are depedent on KDE bits, etc.

leduytien 10-20-2004 11:43 AM

YEah, I know that. But because I am not the only person who use the computer, there is still chance that someone try to choose to start in KDẸ,
Computers in my University run Linux Fedora Core 2 and I see that there is no option to start in KDE ...

mikedeatworld 10-20-2004 11:45 AM

change your default window manager to? xdm, kdm, or gdm? i think one of those leaves out the sessions option.

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