Is there terminal code that will install the full KDE desktop that is found in OpenSuse 13.1 which will give the same KDE desktop as found in the new version? I have googled this issue, but am scared of installing an outdated version of KDE.
Thanks for the reply. I have a new install of OpenSuse13.1 (64 bit) which I installed initially using Gnome 3, which is ok, but I would like to try KDE as the new OpenSuse version is getting rave reviews! How would I do that and include the full package such as extra wallpapers etc. ?
You don’t actually have to change the default display and window manager.
And you shouldn’t if you still want to use GNOME, since some of its stuff depends on GDM running (screen lock f.e.).
Just selecting “KDE Plasma Desktop” in GNOME’s Login Screen should be enough. I can’t give you a screen shot where you would do that, but there should be a similar menu somewhere.
> Just selecting “KDE Plasma Desktop” in GNOME’s Login Screen should be
> enough. I can’t give you a screen shot where you would do that, but
> there should be a similar menu somewhere.
In GNOME 3.10 too there is a “gear” icon which will allows one to switch