[opensuse] Login screen, can it be changed?
- From: Nicholas Thirkettle OSB <brnicholas@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2009 16:47:17 -0600
I changed my desktop to Gnome because after upgrading to KDE4 my backup
script was producing an error and was not able to create the catalogs which
made it useless. I didn't have time to track down the cause and tried Gnome
and the script worked. I then decided to try KDE again with version 4.1.3
hoping that the problem was fixed. There had been a bug report that said it
was the fault of Perl (v. 10?). It was worse because my desktop wouldn't
appear at all, only a white screen.
I read where it was advised that the plasma and appletsrc files be removed
causing them to be rebuilt and I tried it with good luck. Now I will see how
my scripts run tonight because they are cron jobs and run just after midnight
when there is no danger of others accessing the system.
The problem is that now I have the Gnome desktop remaining and I want the KDE
desktop back. Not only because I'm used to it but because I like not having to
type my login each time. The password is enough. If anyone can help with this
small detail I would appreciate it.
Nicholas Thirkettle, OSB
Saint Joseph's Monastery
Natchez, MS 39120
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