Interestingly, there is only one alternative registered for
x-session-manager, and it is _already_ set to gnome-session.
I took your advice, and looked at .xsession-errors. Sure enough, Sabayon
was spitting some errors. I removed the 'sabayon' package, logged in,
and now it is back to normal.
Interestingly, my gnome-settings-daemon errors disappeared too.
Now, why would executing /etc/alternatives/x-session-manager be any
different to executing /usr/bin/gnome-session, especially when they are
symlinked to each other?
Anyway, thanks for the pointers.
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