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Actually, the original poster's quoestions were: 1. How do I make KDE the default desktop manager? 2. How do I get back the 'shutdow' and 'restart' options when I click ...
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    Actually, the original poster's quoestions were:

    1. How do I make KDE the default desktop manager?

    2. How do I get back the 'shutdow' and 'restart' options when I click 'logout'?

    Answer: http://fedoranews.org/krishnan/tips/tip037.shtml

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    i'm running fedora core 3 and have the same problem as the orgiinal post in this thread along with a few other problems. the switch desktop menu item everyone is mentioning is there, i've used it. just haven't seen it work properly.

    for now i've just lieved with it. Getting my wireless working is ahead of it on the queue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzr
    Actually, the original poster's quoestions were:

    1. How do I make KDE the default desktop manager?
    you should edit /etc/sysconfig/desktop by hand and place a line there like

    display=KDE
    displaymanager=KDM

    or in some there's only desktop.
    mine's desktop=KDE
    2. How do I get back the 'shutdow' and 'restart' options when I click 'logout'?
    im not sure working on it myself

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