I'm in the process of (per order of school faculty, of course) installing Mandrake Linux 8.1 on some older PCs at school that can't run Windows 2000 or XP. On one machine, I accidentally forgot to install the KDE workstation environment. I can still boot GNOME, so I went into Control Center and added the approproate KDE packages. The only problem is that when I boot, I get the GNOME logon screen, with no option to boot KDE as the default. Does anybody know how I can set KDE as the default?
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Laptop: HP Compaq nx6325 - Turion 64 X2 @ 2GHz, 2GB DDR2, 100GB HD, ATI Radeon X300, 15" LCD, Seven Pro
Handheld: Palm Treo 650 - Intel PXA270 @ 312MHz, 10MB RAM, 32MB flash, 2.7" LCD, Palm OS 5.4