I installed Endeavour OS with only KDE Plasma but then decided to try xfce so I installed it using the following command:
sudo pacman -S xfce4-goodies
However, after I go to the login screen there is no option to change the DE. When I restart my computer it also doesn’t show anywhere.
When I run xfce4-about I get the following response:
(xfce4-about:8350): Gtk-WARNING **: 13:10:26.239: Content added to the action area of a dialog using header bars
(xfce4-about:8350): Gtk-WARNING **: 13:10:26.240: Content added to the action area of a dialog using header bars
xfce4-about-Message: 13:10:26.311: No vendor information found in "/usr/share/xfce4/vendorinfo".
also the window attached on the screen appears:
How can I change the DE without reinstalling the system?
Could be that you need to switch to lightdm but I thought only gnome acts with the login manager and needs gdm instead of sdm. You can switch the login manager using the welcome app or two easy commands on terminal. One to install, and second to activate.