[CentOS] Loading GNOME with GDM
Hairul Ikmal Mohamad Fuzi
hairul.ikmal at gmail.com
Tue May 16 13:03:10 UTC 2006
Yup, for a long long time, I thought GNOME was the default desktop :)
But somehow it didn't load GNOME except for 'root'.
Can't do much right now as I'm still out of the office.
Thanks for the suggestion, Robert.
On 5/13/06, Robert Spangler <lazydog at zoominternet.net> wrote:
> On Thu May 11 2006 04:26, Hairul Ikmal Mohamad Fuzi wrote:
> > I'm just wondering, how do I actually make the GDM to start GNOME
> > automatically (after a successful login) for all normal user account
> > without having to add 'exec gnome-session' in every user's ~/.xinitrc?
> > The current scenario is, only successful 'root' logins starts the
> > GNOME, while other normal user successful login is presented with the
> > minimalist window manager (which is equivalent to 'Default System
> > Session' from the GDM menu).
> I thought GNOME was the default desktop. Well at least it is here until I use
> the 'switchdesk' function. I prefer KDE. :)
> Just have your user run 'switchdesk gnome'. This should switch them to Gnome
> Smile... it increases your face value!
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