The Gnome Display Manager is a reimplementation of the well known xdm program. GDM 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.
|Tags||Desktop Environment GNOME|
Release Notes: This release fixes several minor bugs. It also adds some translations.
Release Notes: This version features translation updates, and a minor Solaris fix.
Release Notes: This release adds bugfixes and translation updates.
Release Notes: This release adds many minor bugfixes, a fix for an issue with blinking cursors, Solaris build fixes, fixes for the accessibility modules, and more.
Release Notes: This release has UI enhancements, IPv6 support, accessibility work, and many bugfixes. This is aimed at the GNOME 2.6 desktop.