Re: Switching from KDE to GNOME

From: Michel Klijmij (
Date: 06/16/04

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    On Tue, 15 Jun 2004 18:50:51 -0700, Steve Hix
    <sehix@NOSPAMspeakeasy.netINVALID> wrote in

    > How do I switch from KDE to GNOME?

    Select "gnome" in the login screen. If it isn't there, it might not be
    installed (though I doubt that - I thought gnome was the YDL default?). so
    you'll have to find the gnome*.rpm on the installation CD or apt/yum them.

    Vriendelijke groet,        | "Planologische problemen los je niet op
                               |  door overal bommen op te gooien."
    Michel Klijmij             |                    |                     -- David Brent, The Office

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