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hi all, I had intially chosen Kde display manager to bring up the login display. After looking at the display manager of Gnome I wanted to have it as my ...
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    KDE Vs Gnome login display manager


    hi all,

    I had intially chosen Kde display manager to bring up the login display. After looking at the display manager of Gnome I wanted to have it as my permanent login display. I am not able to change the Kde login display to Gnome login display even after making the changes in the root a/c(which was intially running in Kde now Gnome). Kindly let me know how to go about it so that i can Gnome as login display instead of Kde.

    thanx

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    it would help if we knew what distribution you are using because each distro goes about these things in different ways.
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    I am using mandriva community version 10.1 . I am sorry for not mentioning it.

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    Open the MCC, go to the "System" section → Startup Manager → GDM.
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