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How could I switch to LXDE because it loads KDEmod at start? (LXDE is installed like the wiki say ...)

Also, how could all KDE packages be removed easily afterwards without breaking something that I need?

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do you use a login manager? –  Mahmoud Hossam Sep 27 '09 at 4:20
    
surely kdm for now but I will switch to slim ... –  zillion Sep 27 '09 at 4:56

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How could I switch to LXDE because it loads KDEmod at start? (LXDE is installed like the wiki say ...)

I would take a look at /etc/rc.conf for what concerns the boot-up daemons (slim in place of kdm, for instance)

Also, how could all KDE packages be removed easily afterwards without breaking something that I need?

This could be really hard to achieve, depending on what are your needs (for example, it will be difficult to remove every KDE file if you use Konqueror, Kate, Konversation and K3b): anyway you could be interested in this REMOVE option:

*-u, --unneeded*

as well as this SYNC option

-c, --clean

Hope that helps. :D

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K-3D is not a KDE application, despite the name. –  Peter Mortensen Mar 4 '10 at 11:02
    
Yes, I know, but that was a typo: I meant k3b, the "KDE Burn Baby Burn" suite. –  dag729 Mar 4 '10 at 19:44
    
edit: corrected text and link –  dag729 May 1 '10 at 1:22

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