Questions about: lightdm

The command sudo service gdm stop would successfully disable the X server in Ubuntu 11. 04 temporarily. However, this same command no longer works in Ubuntu 11
KDM, another display manager, has themes that may be changed using a configuration front end. LightDM has greeters that may be changed, but there is no front end. LighDM configuration is governed by the lightdm
Currently this method is not working because of a bug in lightdm. Please check the bug status before applying this method. Heres what you want to do: First, make a backup of your config
Relevant reading: What is the relationship between Unity, Gnome, Gnome 3, Compiz, Metacity, and LightDM? What kinds of desktop environments and shells are available? When installing packages (particularly those with graphical UIs) how do you determine which is fitting for your distribution? What is the default desktop environment for Ubuntu 13
I think you can add the display modes to /etc/X11/xorg. conf. If you don't have a xorg
by htorque Last Updated June 03, 2017 10:02 AM I want user foo to auto-login using LightDM (which has been used by Ubuntu since version 11. 10). How would I do that? Answers 10 An alternative to Alin's answer is to create a file /etc/lightdm/lightdm
Here's the chain of events: The Ubuntu Linux kernel and upstartThe kernel starts the init process as process number 1. This is upstart for Ubuntu 12. 04
It is strange that LightDM (Ubuntu 11. 10's display manager, which provides the graphical login screen) is not remembering your selection across reboots. You can manually edit the relevant configuration file, which is called
Both LightDM and GDM (GNOME Display Manager) are display managers. They both provide graphical login capabilities (the GUI with the list of the system’s users) as well as remote logins using the XDMCP protocol. Ubuntu is supposed to officially replac
Answer #: 1 For 12. 04 and 13. 04 (LightDM) unity-greeter versions prior to 0