Mandriva Linux 2010.1:
GDM – GNOME display manager
Discovering some GDM options
after installing Mandriva Linux 2010.1
(Sp...
GDM default login screen (p3) has a
few options:
1 Change Universal Access Preferences p4
2 Check out the date (time is al...
GDM: default login screen
GDM: Universal Access Preferences; accessible by clicking a blue
button on down/right corner
GDM: Time
Hovering the mouse over the day/time bar shows the date
GDM: Clicking power switch opens Restart/Shut Down list
GDM: clicking User (see p3) opens password bar below and lets
to log in. Languages, keyboard and desktops bars are open no...
GDM: there is a possibility to change from default to Other languages
GDM: opening Languages list with English (United States) as
default
GDM: keybord layout may be changed to different one
GDM: keybord layouts screen with USA keybord as default
GDM: Desktops; this screen shows avialable desktops after
installing Mandriva Linux 2010.1 using DUAL CD
Presentation is created using OpenOffice.org Impess
Also used LXTerminal, scrot, GIMP, and Pcmanfm.
Licensing with Creativ...
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2010.1 mandriva linux gdm

  1. 1. Mandriva Linux 2010.1: GDM – GNOME display manager Discovering some GDM options after installing Mandriva Linux 2010.1 (Spring) using DUAL CD stlouismug.org
  2. 2. GDM default login screen (p3) has a few options: 1 Change Universal Access Preferences p4 2 Check out the date (time is always visible) p5 3 Reboot/shutdown the computer p6 4 Login as user p7
  3. 3. GDM: default login screen
  4. 4. GDM: Universal Access Preferences; accessible by clicking a blue button on down/right corner
  5. 5. GDM: Time Hovering the mouse over the day/time bar shows the date
  6. 6. GDM: Clicking power switch opens Restart/Shut Down list
  7. 7. GDM: clicking User (see p3) opens password bar below and lets to log in. Languages, keyboard and desktops bars are open now.
  8. 8. GDM: there is a possibility to change from default to Other languages
  9. 9. GDM: opening Languages list with English (United States) as default
  10. 10. GDM: keybord layout may be changed to different one
  11. 11. GDM: keybord layouts screen with USA keybord as default
  12. 12. GDM: Desktops; this screen shows avialable desktops after installing Mandriva Linux 2010.1 using DUAL CD
  13. 13. Presentation is created using OpenOffice.org Impess Also used LXTerminal, scrot, GIMP, and Pcmanfm. Licensing with Creative Common Attribute. Visit stlouismug.org for more information

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