I'm really impressed that you are testing DDM so rigorously!
I'm struggling with this PAE thing:
When installed my system seems to always boot the pea kernel, even though I select the 486 kernel from grub. This means that I cannot remove pae from DDM.
Now, DDM should show PAE even if it is installed, but if you try to remove it, a message box will show to tell you that it cannot be removed.
Also, when installing PAE, I've decided to move xorg.conf to xorg.conf.ddm when it exists. If you have a better idea, please let me know.
The -d argument creates a debug file in your home directory: $HOME/ddm.log
This is the information I'll need. The terminal shows only user friendly messages, no debug information.
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Could you please post your ddm.log? I don't understand how you can run from the 486 kernel and DDM detects an installed pae (it looks for the pae linux-header). Did you install pae but did not reboot?