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Switch Between KDM and GDM on Ubuntu

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If u have installed Ubuntu over an kubuntu or vice versa , u may switch over gdm to kdm or kdm to gdm .This can be done in simple steps .

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GDM 2 GUI Configuration Tool

http://www.webupd8.org

GDM (Gnome Display Manager) is the graphical login program which you see when you log-in to your Linux computer. GDM used to support themes and a lot of other customizations - all available through the "Login Screen" option under System > Administration - but the new GDM2 (2.28) which comes with Ubuntu Karmic for instance, doesn't support all this unfortunately.

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6 Awesome GDM Themes for Gnome

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GDM (GNOME Display Manager) is a highly configurable reimplementation of XDM, the X Display Manager. It starts the X session and shows a login window to the user.

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Plymouth Gets Tighter Integration With GDM, X

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While Plymouth already does a great job at mode-setting to the display's native resolution and then showing the selected Plymouth plug-in and then to switch over to GNOME's GDM quite smoothly as the X.Org Server starts up, this process is getting even smoother now.

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How to setup your desktop background as xsplash / gdm in Ubuntu karmic

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On a single user system i like to have the same background for bootsplash, login screen and desktop. As the new xsplash and gdm in ubuntu karmic (9.10) makes this easy to access.

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Karmic: Proposed Look & Feel for boot and GDM theme

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As they announced the revamp of boot and login experiences in Ubuntu and received a great response from the Artwork Team, with many interesting concepts being submitted..

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Karmic’s New Boot & Login Screen

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he Ubuntu design team have published mock-ups of the proposed Ubuntu 9.10 Boot and GDM screens.

In a post on the Ubuntu-art mailing list, Mat Tomaszewski revealed the proposed designs, and confirmed the plan for Ubuntu to use a new boot-screen manager, replacing Usplash with Xsplash.

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Allow root access to the graphical mode in Ubuntu

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Sometimes, in the graphical mode, we want to have full access to our system without using sudo or su.To enter the graphics mode in Ubuntu as root, you must do the following

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HOWTO create your own GDM Themes

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Create your own login screens in ubuntu..Components of a GDM ThemeA GDM Theme is basically composed by:*

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15 Beautiful Ubuntu GDM Themes

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GDM or GNOME Display Manager will easily allow anyone to fully customize the login screen theme without having to use the command line.There are tons of ready-made, user-submitted GDM themes available that we can just download and effortlessly install.

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Getting the login right: moving from xdm to gdm or kdm

http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com

For years now, I have been clinging to xdm as my display manager; years ago, I spent several days tweaking the configuration files of xbanner and xdm to get it to look “just so”, and I didn’t want to change it. But no more! After my last upgrade predictably broke my xdm and xbanner configuration, I decided to spend a little time trying to get each display manager to look “right” with my original login screen design. Pleasantly, both gdm and kdm are much easier to customize, and I had something tolerable with each in less than an hour. I found that kdm was more flexible and gave me much closer to what I was looking for, while gdm was quite obstinate about appearances, though it may be slightly more capable technically.

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GDM2 2.20.0 (stable), the “Beautiful Bay” Release

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The 2.20.0 release is a stable release of the GNOME Display Manager (GDM) program with the following bug fixes and improvements...

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