Category Archives: Linux

GNOME Display Manager Reference Manual

GDM has a number of configuration interfaces. These include scripting integration points, daemon configuration, greeter configuration, general session settings, integration with gnome-settings-daemon configuration, and session configuration. These types of integration are described in detail below.

  • 5.1.?Scripting Integration Points
  • 5.2.?Autostart Configuration
  • 5.3.?Xsession Script
  • 5.4.?Daemon Configuration
  • 5.5.?Simple Greeter Configuration
  • 5.6.?Accessibility Configuration
  • 5.7.?General Session Settings
  • 5.8.?GNOME Settings Daemon
  • 5.9.?GDM Session Configuration
  • 5.10.?GDM User Session and Language Configuration Read more »

General Troubleshooting in Linux

by Mark Sanborn on February 9, 2009

Troubleshooting in Linux is a breeze if you know which tools to use and how to use them. In this article we learn to do some general Linux troubleshooting on the most common elements of the computer: hardware, programs installed, network, and log files. Read more »