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Thread: Can i have both KDE and Gnome ?

  1. #1
    panzer13 NNTP User

    Default Can i have both KDE and Gnome ?


    *Is there away that I can use both KDE or Gnome as my desktop os ?
    and how do I download and install KDE ?

    Thank you*


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    Caracalla NNTP User

    Default Re: Can i have both KDE and Gnome ?


    You can install KDE through the package manger. At login you will the
    have the option of booting in your KDE or Gnome environment.


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  3. #3
    Uwe Buckesfeld NNTP User

    Default Re: Can i have both KDE and Gnome ?

    * panzer13 wrote, On 12/28/2008 07:36 PM:
    > *Is there away that I can use both KDE or Gnome as my desktop os ?
    > and how do I download and install KDE ?


    Yast, Software, Software Management. Select "Patterns" and check "KDE4 Base System". It should then add software either from the internet or from your original installation media.
    After that, when you login, you'll see both KDE and Gnome under the "Sessions" menu. Note that the login will always use the last environment used for subsequent logins, and that both environments will integrate the other's applications: You'll see Gnome apps in KDE and KDE apps in Gnome.

    Uwe

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