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How do I change the display manager in Ubuntu?
Last Updated: 12th March, 2020
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Thereof, what display manager does Ubuntu use?
LightDM is the display manager runninginUbuntu up to version 16.04 LTS. While it has beenreplacedby GDM in later Ubuntu releases, LightDM isstillused by default in the latest release of severalUbuntuflavors.
Also Know, what is KDM in Linux? KDE Display Manager (KDM) is a display manager(agraphical login program) developed by KDE for the windowingsystemsX11. It is configurable via KDE's System Settings; itsappearancecan be customized by the user. The default KDMlogin screenhas a list of users.
Moreover, how do you reconfigure GDM?
Switch to GDM via the terminal
- Open a terminal with Ctrl + Alt + T if you are on thedesktopand not in the recovery console.
- Type sudo apt-get install gdm , and then your passwordwhenprompted or run sudo dpkg-reconfigure gdm then sudo servicelightdmstop, in case gdm is already installed.
What is gnome used for?
GNOME is a Windows-like desktop system thatworkson UNIX and UNIX-like systems and is not dependent on anyonewindow manager. The current version runs on Linux, FreeBSD,IRIXand Solaris. The main objective of GNOME is to provideauser-friendly suite of applications and aneasy-to-usedesktop.