Okay, not completely sure how this got messed up, but here's my situation.
I have FreeNX installed on my Mint 9 Fluxbox machine. I can connect to it remotely and when I do so I run GNOME in my FreeNX session. This is all well and good. If I'm on the console of this machine, I run Fluxbox, which is pretty much how Kendall made this edition.
Well, today, while I was in a FreeNX session, I lost power and the machine (of course) dumped.
When power was restored, and the machine came up, I was greeted on the console to an XDM login screen.
No options for selecting a WM or session. It logs me into GNOME.
I'm formerly a Slackware guy, and normally I'd fix something like this in a jiffy. But I have no idea what I'm looking at here. In /etc/X11/default-display-manager, it simply says "/usr/bin/xdm".
I tried changing that to "/usr/sbin/lxdm", since Mint 9 Fluxbox uses LXDM as the default display manager, right? FAIL.
I'm not having much luck figuring out what broke here.
How do I fix this?