Re: Problems with gdmconf
* Simon Hepburn (email@example.com) wrote:
> When you reinstalled gdm did you remove it or purge it beforehand ? You need
> to purge to remove all the old configuration settings. Given that your kids
> are running kde you might be better off installing kdm. If you get back to
> where you were orginally i.e your only problem is kicker dying, debian-kde
> would be a good place to ask.
I removed gdm and all the directories I could find (having neglected to have apt-get do that). When I reinstalled, there was little in the directories, but I probably missed something.
I have no experience with kdm, but had started thinking about it -- the distribution I started with (Libranet, based on Debian) provides both Gnome and KDE, but uses gdm as the default.
About kicker -- with no intervention from me, it is now working again, for the moment. It has done that intermittent thing before. I'll try kdm first, and see how it goes. All I need is mail from another list ;-)
Cam Ellison Ph.D. R.Psych.
From Roberts Creek on B.C.'s incomparable Sunshine Coast