Hi, I’ve been using Fedora 37 with GNOME, and I wanted to switch to KDE. I switched DEs with no hiccups, but the display manager was still GDM.
Since sddm came with KDE I tried to use systemctl to switch display managers. When the first few things I tried didn’t work, I foolishly decided to uninstall GDM. Somehow, that caused my computer to shut down, and restart in the command line.
I tried several things to get back into my desktop environment, such as restoring a timeshift snapshot (which I couldn’t get to work), launching sddm using the command, which made me restart, and even reinstalling GDM, which yielded similar results.
I’m currently on a live Manjaro instance running off of a USB. I tried launching timeshift, but none of my snapshots were located. Any advice on how to repair my Fedora installation would be greatly appreciated, and, of course, I would be happy to give more information if it is required