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The Gnome Display Manager is a reimplementation of the well known xdm program. It consists of a daemon and a graphical login application which runs as an unpriviledged user. The login GUI features a face browser, an optional logo, and language/session type selection support. The daemon includes an XDMCP implementation for managing remote displays. Access control relies on TCPWrappers and PAM.
DocumentationUser reference manual available in FDP format from http://www.mkp.net/~mkp/gdm/gdm.pdf
released on 28 November 2005
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|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||13 March 2001|
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|Martin Kasper Petersen||Contributor|
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 28 November 2005.
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