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    On 06/13/2011 15:12, Joseph S. Atkinson wrote:
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      <div class="gmail_quote">On Mon, Jun 13, 2011 at 9:21 AM, Kris
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            <div class="h5">On 06/12/2011 23:33, Joseph S. Atkinson
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                Hi. I noticed something odd on the latest snapshot. I
                installed in VirtualBox<br>
                with defaults, which meant just KDE. When GDM launched,
                it gave me the option to<br>
                chose KDE or LXDE, except that LXDE is not and was never
                installed.<br>
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          Odd, if you bring up the system-manager and look at
          system-packages, LXDE is checked right? Also, if you run
          "which startlxde" does it bring anything back?<br>
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          Yeah, nothing. Here's a screenshot:<br>
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          GDM also offers Fluxbox, but that is installed/working. The
          package manager doesn't indicate it anywhere that I noticed,
          but I may have just missed it.<br>
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          -- <br>
          Kris Moore<br>
          PC-BSD Software<br>
          iXsystems<br>
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    Fixed the bug showing LXDE when its not really installed. <br>
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Kris Moore
PC-BSD Software
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