Description of problem:
I *don't* want a GNOME session. If I select "user script" from the session menu, it's because that's what I want. I don't want that reset back to "GNOME session" the next time I try and log in.
Having to explicitly select the session type every time I log in is a
*terrible* user interface. It makes me want to just go back to booting
the machine to init state 3 and running startx. The consequences of
forgetting to do it are quite unpleasant (I have *lots* of files in
my home directory).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Click my username
2. Select "User script"
3. Login, then log out again.
The next time I log in, it's set back to GNOME.
The next time I log in, it uses my previous choice.
This bug has been triaged
Fedora Bugzappers volunteer triage team
Cool, but I somehow boiling SSA, Che, he does not remember the locale. In ~/.dmrc all the way through, and in /var/cache/gdm/$USER/ do not have a damn :(
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