> I vote for we do nothing at the moment. When we go to RedHat 6.x
> (whichever it is) if you do a regular install, you will have your
> choice of desktops from the start. You get the login screen (which is
> gnome, but not much different than KDE's) and when you log in, there
> is a pulldown menu where you can choose failsafe, fvwm2, Gnome, or
> KDE. So each user can choose whichever enviroment they want. Plus in
> fvwm2 and Gnome, you chan choose several radically different
> enviroments while you are in them.
I entirely agree with this. We don't *need* to choose. I've been operating
for several weeks now with GNOME *and* KDE installed on the 5.2.1 machines
I control, and my users can choose from the session login screen (gdm).
Just as a quick indicator, out of 4 regular users, the score is:
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