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Have KDE up and running on my latest OpenBSD install, but unfortunately on login it looks pretty much like the basic X configuration that comes with OpenBSD. No menus, titlebars, right click functionality, themes, backgrounds, etc. On Mandrake, Suse, and FreeBSD, things just fall into place; OpenBSD on the desktop will be a bit of a challenge. Any advice? I am a little too burned out right now to figure this out, and am afraid if I leave it be for too long I''ll just say to hell with it and move to FreeBSD (trying to avoid this). I installed it via packages.

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OpenBSD on the desktop sounds like a stragen choice...
All part of the reason for doing it.

Anyways, I am using KDE via kdm, as root. When I get home I''ll run startkde. I jsut want to set up a gui login for any user, eventually on system startup.

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