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>>> I'm a brand new Linux user. I've just installed Fedora Core 5.
>>> I'm using GNOME, but would like to try KDE. Can you explain (or
>>> point me towards) how to do that? Specifically, I mean changing
>>> the configuration so that I'm running KDE instead of GNOME.

>> Assuming you have KDE installed, logout, change the session to KDE
>> and log back in.

> To clarify, look at the "Session" menu on the login screen.  If you
> have both GNOME and KDE installed, you'll be able to switch between
> them from there.

And to make KDE the one that is always started when you log in...

in the file --> /etc/sysconfig/desktop

put --> DESKTOP="KDE"


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