Re: Auto boot into KDE environment
One way is to have kdm installed. If it's not installed now installing
it and choosing kdm as the default during preconfigure will do what you
want. If it is installed do:
How do I get the kernel to automatically start the KDE environment on
and choose kdm as the default. You might find it easier to not be
logged in to KDE at the time and you may have to stop any other desktop
manager and restart kdm.
You don't have to use kdm if you don't want but it goes with kde well.