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Old 04-30-2004, 02:22 PM   #1
Registered: Feb 2004
Location: Atlanta, GA
Distribution: SuSE 9.3 Pro, Ubuntu Hoary, Vidalinux 1.1
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need to add 'gnome-session' to kdm login screen in KDE 3.2.2

I am using SuSE 9.0 Pro with Ximian Desktop 2. Under KDE 3.1.4 I was able to add "gnome-session" to my login screen using the Control Center. This enabled me to choose between Ximian Gnome and KDE at login. If I use gdm instead of kdm, I can't figure out how to add KDE as a option (but that's another problem).

I recently upgraded KDE 3.1.4 to KDE 3.2.2. Aside from losing the SuSE specific items in KDE, like menu icons, wallpaper, and the system tray SuSE Plugger and YOU, everything seems to work well.

However, my "gnome-session" option in kdm is gone, and the option to add it via Control Center is no longer there. How do I add the abiliity to choose Gnome from kdm at login in KDE 3.2.2?




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