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Thread: How do I change the gdm theme in 11.1?

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    Default How do I change the gdm theme in 11.1?

    It seems like I used to be able to add login screens through the gnome Look and Feel application, but I could be wrong. In any eveny, help? Thanks!

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    Default Re: How do I change the gdm theme in 11.1?

    It is now part of a Gconf schema file.

    /etc/gdm/gdm.schemas
    /etc/gconf/schemas/gdm-simple-greeter.schemas
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    Default Re: How do I change the gdm theme in 11.1?

    Hmmm... so how do you then add or apply them now?
    Using the appearance applet / gdmsetup was easy peasy.
    Have a lot of fun!

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    Default Re: How do I change the gdm theme in 11.1?

    If there is a schema file it should be listed as an option in Gconf.
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    Default Re: How do I change the gdm theme in 11.1?

    I have to admit, that I am not seeing an easy way to apply a new gdm theme. Suggestions?

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    Default Re: How do I change the gdm theme in 11.1?

    This has been addressed previously. Gdmsetup was removed upstream. The configuration options are documented at Gnome.org.
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