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PostPosted: Sun 19 Dec 2010, 02:04    Post_subject:  SLiM Config dialog  

I have been working on a SLiM configuration dialog. I have not yet made a tarball release but it's just two files. You can download it at http://dev.unity-linux.org/projects/unitylinux/repository/show/projects/slim_config

At this point, my script has this functionality:
-Configure Autologin
*Enable/Disable Autologin features
*Select default user
*Select Autologin action (none, move to password field, autologin completely)
-Configure welcome, session, shutdown, and reboot messages
-Configure theme selection

-Download the main.sh and main.xml to the same directory.
-Check lines 23-27 of main.sh and adjust those accordingly.
-Make sure bc and gtkdialog (gtkdialog3 on Puppy) are installed.
-Run main.sh with sudo or as root.

I have more functionality planned and I'm still working on the program, but as it is, I consider this to be version 1.0. There may be bugs, but I have no qualms about recommending this to everyday SLiM users. Just back up your slim.conf first!

Please give feedback!

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