I am booting #! Linux from a USB drive in the hopes that I can either
- Install what I uninstalled to get Kubuntu working again... (see Installed KDE in Ubuntu, removed lightdm, cannot boot) OR
- Copy over all of the files in my home directory to #!, then
scpto another computer.
The first option is preferable, considering the amount of time I spent trying to customize Ubuntu.
Here is what happened: I was unsatisfied with
lightdm so I uninstalled it (
purge?) in the hopes that I could use KDE with
gdm... So that failed. Is there a way that I could fix what I messed up and get KDE to play nice with
gdm? Or just remove KDE completely? That's probably the best idea.