Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 313341
kdebase: No way to shutdown Fedora through kde menu
Last modified: 2007-12-30 23:30:55 EST
Only one option is displayed into the 'end current session' menu from the KDE
menu : "end current session". Inside the 'end current session' menu, it should
also display entries to turn off, reboot, suspend and hibernate the computer.
When I click on
I get 4 choices:
End Current Session
Turn off ...
But I *think* the latter 3 (2?) are only available if you use kdm as your
displaymanager, ie, set /etc/sysconfig/desktop
Does that help?
I've been using gdm (I only just found /etc/sysconfig/desktop a few days ago),
and I always got those four choices (plus cancel, to be completist about it).
So I don't think that will matter.
Oh, but if one does want to switch, DISPLAYMANAGER should be KDM, not KDE. KDE
is a value of DISPLAY.
I should have been more specific, although I've been using gdm, I did get all
four or five buttons in KDE.