[kde-linux] Installing KDE via Konstructor

Rod Butcher rbutcher at hyenainternet.com
Fri Jun 16 08:49:36 UTC 2006

Andrew Walbran wrote:
> On Tuesday 13 June 2006 10:03 am, SineTheta84 at aol.com wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> I'm quite new to Linux and don't really know what I'm doing. I have been
>> using the Gnome desktop environment, but having been exposed to KDE at
>> school and finding it much nicer, I decided to switch. I downloaded and ran
>> Konstructor, but now I don't know how to open a session with KDE. It
>> doesn't show up in the "sessions" list when logging in. Any help will be
>> much appreciated.
Enter kdm from the linux command line, and the kde display manager 
should appear and allow you to start a kde session.
> I haven't used konstructor, but it's probably not a very good idea for a new 
> user. Your distribution most likely provides packages for KDE; using these 
> would be much easier (if perhaps not quite so up-to-date). What distribution 
> are you using?
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