Mandriva Linux 2010.1: GDM GNOME display manager
Discovering some GDM optionsafter installing Mandriva Linux 2010.1(Spring) using DUAL CD
GDM default login screen (p3) has a few options:
1 Change Universal Access Preferences p42 Check out the date (time is always visible) p53 Reboot/shutdown the computer p64 Login as user p7
GDM: default login screen
GDM: Universal Access Preferences; accessible by clicking a blue button on down/right corner
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 now.
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
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