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Old 15th April 2010, 19:38
thongstele thongstele is offline
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Default How to switch KDE environment to GNOME in Suse?

I've installed Suse 11.2 with KDE environment for some months. And now I want to switch KDE to GNOME for my purpose is able to install Mac4Lin software (make Linux looks like Mac OS). However I don't know how to do. Anyone who know the way to switch KDE to GNOME in Suse, please show me. Thanks in advance!

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Old 3rd May 2010, 15:02
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1)YaST>Software management>View>Patterns
2)Then Install both Gnome patterns.
3)When you next log in, go down to the left and select the Gnome desktop before you log in. You will always to logged in to the last desktop you used; so you only need to change this setting when you wish to swap to the other desktop.
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