Linux Debian Wheezy How to Easy Switching From Xfce to KDE4 Desktop Step-by-Step Easy Visual-Guide

January 15, 2013 | By Duchateaux.

The Guide shows you the Steps for Switching from Xfce to KDE4 Desktop on Debian Linux Wheezy.

Here to Login and Run the KDE4 Desktop we will Install and Make Use for Facility of the slim instead of the Defaults lightdm & kdm Display Managers.

Finally, the post’s Content is Expressly Reduced to Give Focus to the Essentials Instructions and Commands.

Linux Desktops GNOME, Kde, Xfce and Lxde
  1. Installing the KDE4 Desktop.


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    apt-get install aptitude tasksel

    aptitude --without-recommends install ~t^standard$ ~t^desktop$ ~t^kde-desktop$
  2. Installing and Switching to Slim Display Manager.

    aptitude install slim

    Choose the slim Display Manager.

    Debian Installing Slim Display Manager
  3. Disabling the lightdm & kdm Display Managers.

    aptitude install rcconf


    Disable the lightdm and kdm Display Managers.

  4. Setup Slim for Running a Desktop on Debian:

    Debian Slim Setup How-to
  5. SetUp KDE4 for Starting at Boot.

    su <username>

    nano ~/.xinitrc


    exec startkde
  6. Rebooting into the Debian KDE4 Desktop :)

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