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coolamit78 10-16-2003 11:09 AM

Replacing default graphical login screen with downloaded one
 
Hi all....

I have downloaded couple of login managers for my Red Hat 9/ GNOME.....

However, I dont know how to replace the default login manager with the newly downloaded one.....The current login manager is bluecurve...which comes with GNOME.....I notice that that login manager is in the following directory..

/usr/share/gdm/themes

Can anyone tell me how do i get my new login manager replace bluecurve??

Regards,

amit

martina-cz 10-16-2003 11:26 AM

Menu > System settings > Login screen > Grafical Login > Install new theme

The names ^ should be similar to this. Sorry, I'm not using English version :-)

coolamit78 10-16-2003 12:39 PM

Thanx martina....it is indeed there under System Settings -> Login Screen..however, i got 2 small issues...

1. I downloaded a login manager for Debian...( although I have RedHat 9)...That was because the colors were cool.....Now, I can choose it as my login manager through the system settings -> login manager...But when i log out and log back in, it displays another graphical login other than the one I have chosen......

2. I have chosen blue color for my panel....but when I log back in....the blue color is lost...and the panel switches to black color.....i dont know why this is happening.....

Any ideas friends?

Regards,

amit


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