Originally Posted by Lnx805
Actually it's a Fedora login, which maybe a frontend for xdm[?]
My guess is that it's maybe xdm with a custom fedora logo. There are many others, so I can't be sure.
Just curious, what do you use..? Is yours set to boot right into the desktop?
I just login in text mode, and then I use startx. For me it's the most comfortable way, because I use many window managers and I have custom scripts to launch them.
Once upon a time I used to use kdm, but I grew bored of its many problems. I migrated to gdm, but at a given point, it started depending on the whole gnome desktop, due to integration with nautilus or whatever. I just can't understand why a login manager should be depending on a file explorer and, in turn, on a whole desktop.
There are many others, like entrance from the e17 project, slim (a minimalist but still good-looking login manager), or qingy (which works on framebuffer, outside X, a very interesting project indeed). However, I find no use for a graphical login manager nowadays that I have just become accustomed to the text login.