[gdm-list] Using gdmchooser as default gdm prompt but with the ability to shutdown local machine
- From: Vagelis Koutsomitros <vagk linuxfanclub gr>
- To: gdm-list gnome org
- Subject: [gdm-list] Using gdmchooser as default gdm prompt but with the ability to shutdown local machine
- Date: Sat, 25 Jun 2011 17:55:49 +0300
I am trying to setup machines to display gdmchooser by default to be able to
login to remote hosts. I am using debian lenny.
To do this i have added the following on the client conf file /etc/gdm/gdm.conf
Xdmcp servers are already set up and this works fine but the problem is that I
want to be able to shutdown the local machine. Since gdmchooser is recycling
after every logout from remote machines, so I cannot shutdown local machine
Using standard gdm login prompt and going to actions menu to run gdmchooser is
not a nice option for me since users are given a local login prompt as well.
I have tried also to change a gdm theme but login box cannot be removed.
Is there a config option in gdm to disable login box, or show a local shutdown
button in gdmchooser?
Any suggestions would be appreciated!
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