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I installed my distro (Suse 10.0) to run Gnome as its standard Desktop Environment. But now I'd like to try the other environment (KDE) to try by myself which is ...
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- 07-24-2006 #1
How to switch from Gnome to KDE ??
I have read in other threads that you can chose your desktop environment when you are at the log screen, by choosing 'Sessions' then chosing KDE. The problem is I dont have the KDE option there, so I guess it's because is not installed.
But when I try to update the system it keeps asking me the CD1, when I have installed the system from a DVD. The error shown is related when an error about mounting the CD unit. I dont have any CD unit here, only a DVD-RW which is mounted in '/media/dvdrecorder'.
What should I do to redirect the installation that device ???? Also I have been warned that I'm gonna have to downgrade OO to avoid conflicts, with the new KDE modules I'm trying to install.
- 07-24-2006 #2
ln -s /mnt/cdrom /media/dvdrecorder
could solve your problem temporarliy just for install purposes.. probabaly want to remove the link when ur done.