FC4 - Where is GNOME? The reason is related to a previous Xscreensaver version

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Hello All:

I just realized the reason for the problem I related
in my previous posting (see bellow).

Since there exist a bug in the Xscreensaver version
4.21, which is reponsible for problems on KDE, I
decided to unistall it. Moreover, I installed the last
(good) version 4.23. The problem is that during the
uninstallation of the "buggy' Xscreensaver, the GNOME
session is also uninstalled, due to dependences.

In order to solve this problem, I would suggest to the
Fedora people, please, update the Xscreensaver 4.21 to
Xscreensaver 4.23. This way all will be fine.

All I can do, for while, is to uninstall the 4.21
version of Xscreensaver, following by the
reinstallation of the version 4.23. This way, however,
I will "lost" GNOME...

Hoffmann

--- Hoffmann <[email protected]> wrote:

> Hi All,
> 
> I realized that, suddenly, GNOME "was gone". I mean,
> I
> noticed that during the booting process I have the
> following (session) options:
> 
> - Last
> - 1. Default system session
> - 2. KDE
> - Failsafe session
> 
> Note that I have used KDE as my default session.
> 
> How can I have the GNOME (session) option back?
> 
> Thanks!
> Hoffmann
> 
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