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In my x session there is only a clock, i cant do anything else. I want kde, how would i go about doing that? i have a gentoo packages cd ...
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    Simple problem, i know you can fix this...


    In my x session there is only a clock, i cant do anything else.
    I want kde, how would i go about doing that? i have a gentoo packages cd cause i was trying to install that before, but no luck. It has kde on it, maybe i can use that?

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    When you boot in Mandrake you should be given a choice of session, eg 'default' or 'KDE' etc. Do you get that? If you do then if you choose 'KDE' you should get a proper KDE display. You should also get it in the 'default' setting but I'm playing safe here just in case your default isn't what i would expect it to be.

    If you are still having problems then there might be something something wrong with the installation of Mandrake.



    Let us know.

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    I stuck in another old video card, and tried icewm. I have a desktop now.
    But im using the mini cd, so kde wasnt an option, but i have a kde tbz2 on another cd, how do i install it?

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