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Re: X with no KDE



On Mon, 29 Dec 2008 23:21:17 -0500
Dave Feustel wrote:

> Is it possible to run X with no KDE software installed?
> If yes, how would the KDE software be deleted?
> (And how would it be restored if I changed my mind?)

Probably, but unless you are trying to reduce the amount of
junk you need to download updates for, you can just not run
KDE without having to actually remove it.

The simplest way to get a bare-bones desktop going is to
"yum install xorg-x11-xinit-session". That will give you
the "user defined script" login option in gdm and you can
run exactly what you want to run by putting whatever
you want in your own ~/.xsession script.


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