Category:Display Managers

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A display manager presents the user with a login screen. A session starts when a user successfully enters a valid combination of username and password. It is typically a graphical user interface that is displayed at the end of the boot process in place of the default shell.

List of Display Managers

  • GDM (gdm): GNOME display manager
  • LightDM (lightdm): Cross-desktop display manager
  • SDDM (sddm): Simple Desktop Display Manager. Recommended for KDE (Plasma) and LXQt.
  • XDM (xdm): X Display Manager
  • LXDM (lxdm): A lightweight desktop login manager
  • SLiM (slim): Desktop-independent graphical login manager for X11 (abandoned since 2013)

Pages in category "Display Managers"

The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total.