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Re: Can xdm display a high res background image?

In your /etc/X11/xdm/Xsetup_0 file you can do a /usr/bin/X11/xsetbg
myfile.jpg &

This should set your background whenever xdm is managing and X

Check out X.themes.org and download some of the themes and you'll find
some interesting stuff.

On Sun, Aug 27, 2000 at 06:01:08PM -0500, William Jensen wrote:
> After much experimentation with xdm config files I was able to have it come up in -32 bit mode which I guess also told it to hit 1600x1200 since that's the only mode I allowed. :)  That was good, but frankly the moires that show up with that nasty grey background are more than can be bared!  I found where they are calling the colors (I think) in /etc/X11/xdm/Xresources:
> #ifdef COLOR
> xlogin*greetColor: CadetBlue
> xlogin*failColor: red
> *Foreground: black
> *Background: #fffff0
> #else
> xlogin*Foreground: black
> xlogin*Background: white <--- bingo!
> #endif
> Is there a way I can tell xdm to use a nicely rendered .jpg, .png, etc?
> Bill
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