Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 980930
Fedora 18/19 don't boot into graphical mode if you select KDE at install
Last modified: 2015-02-17 10:49:03 EST
Description of problem:
On both Fedora 18 and Fedora 19, when doing a KDE install Anaconda does not set the default runlevel to graphical (runlevel 5). Every install I've done like this requires me to manually set the target to graphical, to get KDE to auto start. If the user selects KDE as a desktop, it seems pretty clear they want to boot in to that mode by default.
How reproducible: Easy
Steps to Reproduce:
1) Install Fedora 18/19
2) Select KDE as your desktop environment (leave everything else default)
3) Complete the install and reboot
4) Notice you're at the text login, not the graphical login
what kind of install?
from live image?
Network install, interactive (not kickstart). I can try a DVD install and update the ticket.
DVD install does the same thing. Boots to text mode, and I have to manually change it to graphical target.
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