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After booting the live image (Fedora-LXQt-Live-x86_64-38-1.6.iso) and finishing the installation process, when the first boot happens weston apears as the default session at sddm login screen. If the user doesn't notice this and don't change to the habitual lxqt desktop, he's got started a weston wm session.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.New installation with Fedora-LXQt-Live-x86_64-38-1.6.iso
2.First boot after anaconda has finished the installation
3.login with the user created at installation time, without any further changes
We land at a weston wm session, not a LXQt desktop.
Starting a default LXQt desktop session, as one would expect from a spin called "LXQt spin"
After logout from the first weston session, and selecting the correct lxqt desktop session at the login screen, we start correctly a lxqt session, and this stay selected after reboot (the lxqt session at login). So the weston sessionas default only happens one time, at first boot after fresh install.
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Login screen for the first boot after a fresh install
Versions installed with the golden iso:
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weston session started
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Correct LXQt session started after change at login screen
If we change to lxqt desktop a login secreen it starts correctly a lxqt session
This is because the LXQt spin kickstart doesn't have an opinionated selection for sddm like the KDE and Sway spins do.
Switching to the correct component.
Thanks Neal for adjusting this ticket.
Fix for F38: https://pagure.io/fedora-kickstarts/pull-request/958
Fix for F39: https://pagure.io/fedora-comps/pull-request/835
Both fixes above have been merged.
The issue still exists on the latest ISO:
This will only be fixed in Fedora 39 ISOs. Please test that.