Where is the kdm's "default" stored?
matthew.flaschen at gatech.edu
Mon Mar 30 13:20:24 BST 2009
> Okay, I suspected that this is in alternatives - but who knows whether
> this has been changed in kde4 or not.
> update-alternatives --display x-session-manager
> shows kde and gnome entries with gnome winning (prio 50 vs 40), so I
> suspect that this is the problem.
> My question is now: How do you manager alternatives in kde4?
I would imagine this has nothing to do with KDE 4.
sudo update-alternatives --config x-session-manager
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