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PCDM (PC-BSD Display Manager) is a new graphical utility to facilitate the process for users to log in to a PC-BSD system.
 
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== Summary ==
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=== Features ===
 
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*PAM session/authentication (using the "login" PAM module)
 
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Revision as of 10:21, 16 April 2013

(Sorry for the inconvenience)

Contents

PCDM (PC-BSD Display Manager) is a new graphical utility to facilitate the process for users to log in to a PC-BSD system.

(Wiki Update 4/8/13: Covers initial PCDM release)

Summary

Features

  • PAM session/authentication (using the "login" PAM module)
  • Remote login with XDMCP (still needs additional testing)
  • Easy-to-use desktop environment selector
  • Language/Locale selector
  • Keyboard layout selector
  • Virtual Keyboard (using xvkbd)
  • Computer shutdown/restart

Display Overview

(post screenshot)

Customization/Modification

Configuring pcdm.conf

Modifying a Theme

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