[kde-linux] Lost /etc/init.d/kdm

This was from an old Debian installation superceded by a konstruct build when
kde was not usable in Sid. Some cleanup script took off xdm and the kdm init
with it. I probably modified that to point to the konstructed kdm.

I can easily enough simply run kdm from my own catchall-looseends script I
placed in /etc/init.d etc. But this would not service the pid file or shut it
down correctly. Where might I get an init.d script without installing kdm
from Debian?
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