I managed to customize RHEL 6.5 (32-bit) DVD with KDE 4.11 RPMs
(thanks to Rex Dieter et al).
After installation, for the first login, I selected KDE. But then
there's no way I can configure my network interface. There's no icon
on the systray nor is there any GUI tool in the kickoff/KRunner
Then I logged out and logged in as *root* with GNOME and sure enough
the systray icon is there using which I can set a static IP to the
I tried GNOME with my ordinary username and the tray icon is there
and it works. Now I logout and login using KDE and voila, the icon
is there in the systray.
So the question is, is it not possible to setup networking from KDE
without logging in to GNOME first? I vaguely remember seeing the
same behaviour with some older Fedora version. Or am I missing some
package that makes this work on KDE?
Thanks and regards,