Luciano Moreira - igLnx
lucianolnx at ig.com.br
Fri Jun 13 18:04:39 BST 2003
RedHat, so others distribution, have a file at "/etc/sysconfig/desktop",
when you can write environment variables setting parameters do X script
that trigger the Graphical Mananger (KDM, GDM, XDM, etc). But it doesn't
work well in RedHat 8.0, RedHat 9.0 and Mandrake 9.1 !!!
So, I suggest you to change the script: /etc/X11/prefdm, setting the
variable "preferred" to "KDM", before the calling instruction at end of
script. If you have problems to do it, requesting us to send you the
Leonardo Rodríguez wrote:
>Since I decided to switch to RedHat 9.0 I haven't could find the way that
>my KDE login manager appears.
>I had it up when I used RedHat 7.3 so I could put the user's photos and
>many more things on it.
>It seems to me that I have the GNOME login manager running up instead.
>How can I set up the KDE login manager in order to be able to see the
>I have gone to Control Center -----> System Administration ----> Login
>Manager and I have made the changes
>but when I reboot the machine and the login manager appears I can't see any
>change I did before.
>Remember I'm using RedHat 9.0.
>If you have any clue that can help me I will appreciate it
>Thanks in advance
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