It seems that Gnome and KDE are competing on my computer. I started out with gnome once I installed Red Hat a week or so ago and quickly switched to KDE when I tried to install a RPM and gnome claimed they did not have a viewer to open my file. KDE opened and installed it fine.
Recently I booted up and noticed I could not find my console short cut. The icon changed into a picture of a gear indicating the program cannot be found. I looked and noticed that not only was the program not in the folder it was supposed to be in, it was no longer on my computer. To solve the problem I copied a link to gnome's console which works fine for now.
Same day I tried to install another RPM (still on KDE) and it cannot find KDE's rpm program now. I searched the main menu and it is no where to be found. What is going on here, I have only had the operating system for less then two weeks and I am the only one who uses it. I'm getting ready to reformat and install it but then the problem may reimmerge.
Any ideas on what is going on here. Also not a problem but rather a nuscience. After moving a shortcut of gnomes console program onto my home directory and running it in KDE, all web links i click onto open up Gnome's Galleon Explorer rather then KDE's konquer. Why does it do these things?