Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 856075
setting lang=0 in /etc/lxdm/lxdm.conf breaks Session choosing
Last modified: 2013-07-31 18:40:39 EDT
Description of problem: setting lang=0 in the [display] section of /etc/lxdm/lxdm.conf results in the Session chooser in LXDM always defaulting to "Default". When logging in, any choice of session results in receiving the Default Session (eg, even if GNOME is selected, LXDE will launch since that is what is listed in /etc/sysconfig/desktop).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): lxdm-0.4.1.1.fc17.i686
How reproducible: set lang=0 in lxdm.conf and then try to login with a Session other than the system default.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. set lang=0 in the [display] section of /etc/lxdm/lxdm.conf
2. logout and try to login with a Session other than the one listed in /etc/sysconfig/desktop
Actual results: you will receive the Session listed in /etc/sysconfig/desktop
Expected results: you should receive the Session you selected.
Additional info: This computer was installed with the LXDE Spin, gnome was then installed as a second Session choice.
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