[SOLVED] Fedora boots into tty after replacing GDM with KDM

This one gave me enough worries – but somehow got the right link to sort this one out. First things first:
GDM = Gnome Desktop Manager
KDM = KDE Desktop Manager
tty = Teletype Terminals ( You get it usually with Ctrl+Alt+F1 )
Scenario:
You removed gdm – and installed kdm – but Fedora boots only to a tty shell. You login there and give kdm – the KDE boots up.
You want to skip the tty steps 🙂

$ sudo systemctl disable gdm
$ sudo systemctl enable kdm

on the next boot, fedora boots up directly to KDE! Yay!
That would do 🙂

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