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Re: help with keyboard, lost at GDM-login?



Le Mer 14 novembre 2012 13:01, lalberts a écrit :
> hello, thanks for helping.. but.. not yet resolved. i definitively do not
> know what i did to have my login work once. my gdm is not running when i
> am in the recovery mode. if i could start the network as root i could
> reinstall gdm3.. but i have no network? oh i can reactivate the install-cd
> ?
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> i try. lukas
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The network have nothing to do with gdm, gdm only helps managing users
which connect on a session of a desktop environment. It is not even
mandatory.
I think you have installed something which mess gdm, but I can not say what.

Maybe you could try other connexion manager, they will be less "beautiful"
and maybe will not allow all options you have with gdm, but maybe you will
not see a real difference. You can try, as an example, xdm.Removing the
first and installing the second via apt* should do the work automagically.


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