Upon install of 7.2, gdm, or is it kdm (it's not clear), presents you with
a list of sessions, one of which includes Gnome.
I decided to install the RPM's off 7.1 for Enlightenment (which was always
presented as a session option under 7.1). It installed no problem and was
presented as an option under the Gnome Control Centre but not under gdm. I
cannot find how you amend the graphical login manager to include as a
I then updated Gnome from one of the Linux Format magazines using the
Helix installer. No problems until I re-booted, and, lo and behold the
graphical login had now removed Gnome as an option. I can't get the option
I have written before on the issue of gdm/kdm. I still haven't got the
problem solved and definitely in all my attempts over the last two years I
cannot find any distro. which contains a man page or explanation as to how
you add a window manager or as to how you configure the login to achieve.
Surely when you are presented with the option of a window manager at login
there must be a text file that says 'when you add 'such and such' it must
point to 'some directory' to work'.
Any help appreciated.
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