On Mon, 2008-04-28 at 10:20, Matthias Clasen wrote:
In the meantime, you already can make the suspend button go away
(together with the restart and shutdown buttons). See
disable_restart_buttons on http://live.gnome.org/GDM/2.22/Configuration
Yea! Since I have yet to find a desktop machine that would actually
suspend or hibernate with any version of Linux I have ran on it.
What specific settings do you need ? The old gdmsetup exposed every
arcane configuration detail, which is not something we want to go back
In other words, if you aren't a single user or very small LAN then use
another display manager.
I'm not doing anything that crazy but I do want to be able to customize
the login box. I twiddle the background. I add things to the welcome
banner. I MUST be able to get the frickin' faces and list of users out
and replace it with a normal username prompt. (12K entries in /home
mounted via NFS. You do the frickin' math on that.) What I'm hearing
is that I'll be SOL and had better be evaluating other display managers.
Now I'm not afraid to edit a config file, I actually prefer it, but it's
gone and XML is at best read only for humans. It's a package deal guys,
if you go the XML route you MUST provide a tool to manipulate it.
I really hate this notion that until every last option is removed that
GNOME just isn't finished. If I wanted a Mac I know where the Apple
John M. http://www.beau.org/~jmorris
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