Re: XRDP - Howto select which desktop to run at login?

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>fc11 is outdated, I recommend you to use fedora 14

Easy to recommend but I don't have that choice. Anyway I know what some of 
the common problems are for Fedora-11, Fedora-14 I may as well start all 
over again, a waste of my time. I have a Fedora-13 box where I can't even 
get the qemu-kvm system updated where you can install Windows XP Pro or 2000 
Pro as a VM without a failure on the second stage install. It's a known bug 
and there doesn't appear to be any real interest in fixing it. It works fine 
on Fedora-11 however. I don't know if this problem is fixed on Fedora-14 or 
not for sure. There is something to be said with sticking with an older 
version where most of the bugs have been ironed out.

>to change which desktop to run you need to edit under /etc/xrdp

That I already know about. What I want is something like when you login at 
the locally attached console where you can pick which desktop to use for 
that session.

>in newer version of this rpm I think you can edit
>/etc/sysconfig/desktop or something like that.

I want to pick the desktop to use at login time without editing files.


>Itamar Reis Peixoto
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Leland C. Scott

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