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    Default Completely Remove KDE

    I first installed opensuse KDE, the i use SuSE - LXDE.org to passs to LXDE, now i want to know if there's a way to completely remove KDE from my pc not tu use Yast and select one package for time.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Completely Remove KDE

    dartfira wrote:
    > I first installed opensuse KDE, the i use 'SuSE - LXDE.org'
    > (http://wiki.lxde.org/en/SuSE) to passs to LXDE, now i want to know if
    > there's a way to completely remove KDE from my pc not tu use Yast and
    > select one package for time.


    if it were me i'd just leave it, it doesn't really take so much
    space...but, if you wanna remove it the easiest and safest way is to
    do it with yast...

    go Software > Software Management, flip the "Filter" from "Search" to
    "Patterns", scroll to "Graphical Environments" section, UNcheck KDE
    "Desktop Environment" and "KDE Base System", then click on
    "Accept"....then YaST _may_ complain that it can't remove all the
    specified software because other programs need some of it..

    if so, let YaST decide what to kepp or not..

    --
    DenverD
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    Default Re: Completely Remove KDE

    Ok thanks.

    But i made an error, when i installaed LXDE and remove KDE i forget to change the Window Manager, and infact I can only use Suse by terminal, who can I change it by terminal?

    Thanks again.

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    Default Re: Completely Remove KDE

    Boot to level 3 and start Yast there then go to System > etc/sysconfig editor
    Edit section Desktop > Display manager
    and Desktop > Window manager

    Boot to Level 3, then Yast and More....
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    Default Re: Completely Remove KDE

    How can i do it, i've got only the terminal?

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    Default Re: Completely Remove KDE

    Follow the guide which tells you how to get level 3
    You need to reboot, add the number 3 to the boot line
    login as user, become su, then start yast
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    Default Re: Completely Remove KDE

    Ok i'm there, i want to use LXDE and openbox what i've to write?

    thanks.

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    Default Re: Completely Remove KDE

    dartfira wrote:

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    > How can i do it, i've got only the terminal?
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    >

    Assume you are root type

    yast

    in the terminal it will open the non-gui version of yast.


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    Default Re: Completely Remove KDE

    Hang on.
    Before you change anything there (I say this, because it shouldn't matter what the settings are there)

    I suspect you may have done something rather more serious - If you recall DenverD did warn you to just leave kde installed.

    I actually think you will be better of re-installing just the desktop you want.
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    Default Re: Completely Remove KDE

    I'm reallyreally noob on opensuse, could you explain step to step how i can recall denverd.

    Now i've got only LXDE i'm in this situation because i completely remove KDE.

    So what i've to write to start with lxde?

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