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I submitted a bug report.  The developer sent me email in response to
the report.

I replied to the developer, and got a bounce, because his email system
has chosen to reject valid mail.

Could some nice person please forward this to him?  


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Subject: Re: Bug#61609: gdm: gdm should use xscreensaver
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Ryan Murray <rmurray@cyberhqz.com> writes:

> You can modify your /etc/gdm/Init/Default to do whatever you like.
> I don't think it really should be a gdm default, however.

Fine with me; thanks for the pointer.

> I may add some more pointers to this in the README.Debian before I close
> this bug, however.

Yeah; that might save future people. ;-)
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