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Description of problem:
When I switch sessions (Default -> GNOME), on login there's a popup
that says if you want to make the change permenant, use the tool from
the menu selection System -> Destop Switching. There's no "System"
menu, and none of the obvious choices provide anything for switching
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Moving this to switchdesk. Just changing the category in the .desktop
file from "Settings" to "System" does the trick.
Seth: cc-ing you so you can figure out whether you actually want it in
the menu or not ...
(Incidently, setting ShowLastSession=true in /etc/gdm.conf makes GDM
remember the last session itself rather than telling you to change it
yourself with switchdesk)
Moving back to gdm - than points out that "Desktop Switching Tool" is
in Preferences->More Preferences
* Thu Apr 22 2004 Mark McLoughlin <email@example.com> - 1:126.96.36.199-3
- Update the "use switchdesk" message to only be display when
switchdesk-gui is installed and to not reference a non existant
menu item (bug #121460)