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I'm not entirely sure if this is what you want, or even what you're asking, but whenever I want to change window managers or desktop environments, I use a text ...
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- 04-09-2005 #11
Create a file (if it doesn't exist already) in your home directory named .xinitrc (note the period, it must be there).
Inside this file type the following:
exec startkde #exec gnome-session
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- 04-10-2005 #12Originally Posted by sdousley
techieMoe - I did what you said & the only thing that happened was I couldn't login using my normal user name & had to login to root (still KDE) to get back in to change that file back. I suppose that means that Gnome isn't installed properly as it couldn't load. Thanks for trying though!
- 04-10-2005 #13
I'm guna b re-installin SuSE soon i think.... i will try and install gnome and let u know how it goes."I am not an alcoholic, alcoholics go to meetings"
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- 04-10-2005 #14