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Old 16th December 2007, 18:44
Dan Thurman Dan Thurman is offline
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I responded to another thread that discusses how to get ISPConfig to work with Fedora by creating the /etc/sysconfig/desktop file and to use KDE to get it working. I had basically explained that you might be able to get GDM working by choosing a different GraphicalTheme other than FedoraInfinity in /usr/share/gdm/default.conf, and may not need to create the /etc/sysconfig/desktop file.

It is clear to me that installing ISPConfig *does* affect Fedora 7/8's GDM probably indirectly by changing something in the system files (quite possibly the passwd, group, shadow files) that prevents the FedoraInfinity theme from working correctly, or so it seems.
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