I have installed the base 4.7 system, plus the necessary Gnome packages for a functional desktop.
When I boot the system, the GDM login box appears - but wont allow me to type any thing in.
I must click on remote login via xdmcp - click cancel and then go back to the main GDM login screen. I can then type in my login information.
When I do login with GDM - this does not directly bring me to the Gnome Desktop, it brings me to the fvwm window manager with a xterm box. I must type gnome-session using xterm to open the Gnome Desktop.
Once I do arrive at the Gnome Desktop, it is not using Metacity - it is using fvwm.
I installed the amd64 version of OpenBSD 4.7 on a Gateway laptop.
I have updated the /etc/rc.local file.
I would greatly appreciate any help solving this problem.
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