Sorry for lack of Precision. When you run the Bluecurve theme in the
Graphical display greater you can not do a XDPM login into another Linux
The Gnome Browsers theme does allow you to do a XDPM login into another
* From: Alan Cox <alan redhat com>
* To: fedora-test-list redhat com
* Subject: Re: GDM is broken does not allow user to XDPM into another
machine if in the graphical display greeter.
* Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 17:13:50 -0500
On Fri, Feb 27, 2004 at 03:32:41PM -0500, Peter A. Banks wrote:
> Even if this feature is enabled in gdmconfig.
Works for me with the updates at least. Never tried it with the original
o GDM is broken does not allow user to XDPM into another machine if in the
graphical display greeter.
* From: Peter A. Banks
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I've been searching all over the internet and can't seem to get the
madwifi driver for my DWL-G650 wifi card to compile. Has anyone had
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