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Am 18.06.2012 10:35, schrieb Andrew d~_*b:
> On Sun 17 Jun 2012 9:50:58 AM Hans Muecke wrote:
>> With one of the more or less recent updates (or something I installed) I
>> seem to have lost the preselected session in KDM. Means ... I was used
>> to log in without specifically picking a session, "last session" was
>> always preselected.
>> Now ... if I do nothing I end up with "failed to start Gnome", so I am
>> forced to pick "last session" before I log in.
>> Any ideas?
> I am not sure if you mean a stored KDE session or the Desktop Environment
When reaching the login screen under session type (this is translated
from german) one gets a list of sessions (e.g. Gnome, KDE, XFCE,
whatever and one of them is marked "last session"). I was used to have
the "last session" being preselected (checked). Right now none is checked.
> So try either of these
> System Settings > Startup & Shutdown > Session management
> now choose a preferred option under the 'On Login' section
That only refers to once the login was completed.
> Execute this command in the terminal and choose an option
> andrew@andrewsPavilion:~$ update-alternatives --config x-session-manager
> There is only one alternative in link group x-session-manager: /usr/bin/startkde
> Nothing to configure.
Did that ... gnome was selected for auto. Will let you know what happens
after the next reboot.
Talk to you later ... Hans (81 to go)
EDDS 181520Z 24006KT CAVOK 28/12 Q1016 NOSIG
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