CDE/1.2 (Solaris/2.6) vs CDE/1.0.2 (Solaris/2.5.1) -- Login-Screen Question

CDE/1.2 (Solaris/2.6) vs CDE/1.0.2 (Solaris/2.5.1) -- Login-Screen Question

Post by Jonathan B. Hore » Sat, 03 Oct 1998 04:00:00



Shalom!

Under CDE/1.0.2 (Solaris/2.5.1), the Dtlogin screen gives me the following
session choices:

        Regular Desktop  [default]
        Common Desktop Environment (CDE)
        Openwindows Desktop
        User's Last Desktop
        Failsafe Session

However, under CDE/1.2 (Solaris/2.6), the Dtlogin screen only gives me these
session choices:

        Common Desktop Environment (CDE)  [default]
        Openwindows Desktop
        User's Last Desktop
        Failsafe Session

We need the "Regular Desktop" session back -- what to do? (and, does anyone
know why it's gone missing?)

Thanks in advance!

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