Re: select gui at startup
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> I have just set myself up with 2.2r3, my first debian, and have
> GNOME opening on boot, but I would like to know how to (1) make
> GNOME not start on boot, so that (2) I can start KDE (either at
> boot or from the console). I have no idea how to do any of these
> I did 'apt-get install kdebase,' it says it worked, and don't know
> where to go from here.
I would suggest you to install kdm. Tnis is the most comfortable way.
It is fully customizable thrue a gui, and has many usefull options.
If you allready have installed an other login manager, I suggest you
to deinstall them, because IMHO it does'nt make sense to install more
than one of them.
so apt-get remove xdm
or apt-get remove gdm
and apt-get install kdm
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