Ed Greshko wrote:
On 02/08/18 19:30, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> I think you said that Gnome does start but KDE doesn't, so
> that something in the KDE config is causing the problem.
Well, unless GNOME is using Wayland?
The way I read the release notes, it is. Though there apparently is a
way to override and force it back to X. I haven't tried, mostly because
I really don't like Gnome so I avoid it.
But, one should try creating another user and then try starting
KDE on that new pristine account.
I've done that without any change.
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