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Hi I have slackware 10.0 system.And as a login gui i installed gdm.When i boot my system ,it comes out gdm login screen.But, in this screen there is no shutdown ...
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    Login screen !!!!


    Hi
    I have slackware 10.0 system.And as a login gui i installed gdm.When i boot my system ,it comes out gdm login screen.But, in this screen there is no shutdown and reboot buttons.There is only language and Session buttons.How can i set up those buttons?

    thanx

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    Hey... I never even noticed that.
    You could always replace gdm with kdm(this does have all the buttons by default).
    (I've really no idea why slackware didn't include it with gdm...)

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    I have your answer.... Because I had the same question, last night, mine now works.

    Check out this link.... http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...04/07/2/198650

    Enjoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwm
    I have your answer.... Because I had the same question, last night, mine now works.

    Check out this link.... http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...04/07/2/198650

    Enjoy
    Quote Originally Posted by teek
    I've got it and it was not difficult at all...
    I just did gdmconfig and activated "show actions" in the "security" tab.
    Now when I log out I can reboot and shutdown from the gdm interface.
    Perfect, thanx a lot for all the suggestions I've certainly learned a lot!
    I'll go and tell the people in the other treads now
    CU around.
    Code:
    #gdmconfig
    it works !!!
    thanks.

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    anytime

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    thanks

    Thanks again, the util works great and editing inittab did the job!

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