Ubuntu :: After Changing Login Screen It Does Not Appear 11.04

May 25, 2011

after I changed my login image on ubuntu tweak i restarted to check if it worked, it didnt, all that shows up is a purple background i also did th same with a splash screen using "Splash screen" but it also does not appear

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Ubuntu :: Changing The Login Screen?

Jun 15, 2010

How do you change the login screen? I was wondering and cannot find it.

The file name is "login.tar.bz2"

Do I have to extract it? Install it? How?

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Ubuntu :: Changing Login Screen?

Nov 30, 2010

May any body give me a clue, how to change the login screen in ubuntu (gnome-based).

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Apr 5, 2011

On the website that Ubuntu provides for installing additional themes, when I download a "Login Screen" from the website it just downloads as a bunch of JPGs and backups. The downloads are just folders filled with them. I've been wanting to customise the appearance of my Ubuntu, and I want to know how I can make these login screen actually appear when I turn on my computer and login to Ubuntu.

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Apr 10, 2010

My friend recently showed me gnome-look.org and there's a lot of really cool stuff on there. I was looking around and saw a really cool GDM login screen that I want to use [URL]... The only problem is that I don't know how to use it. I already downloaded the file for it, but I don't know what to do next.

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May 1, 2010

Just did a nice new fresh install of Lucid, and I wanted to change the login screen. I've found a few tutorial on how to change the background image, but I want to change the entire thing.You used to be able to do this through the System > Administration > Login Screen dialog, but now you can't

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Aug 1, 2010

I can change the background but I have been trying to change the login itself.

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Jun 18, 2011

When I upgraded to 11.04 and decided to give Gnome 3 a chance I was stuck with a windows 2000 (or Redmond like) theme. I have since been able to change the theme in the desktop environment however the Login Screen still maintains the Windows 2000 like theme. I have extensively Googled how to change this, but I keep coming up empty handed. Does anyone have any ideas of how to change the Login Screen theme.

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Fedora :: Changing GDM Login Screen F11 And F10

Sep 30, 2009

I looked at Google and only thing that I can find is change to KDM, just change the back ground or GDM is just in a rewrite just wait. How to change the GDM themes with standard themes at gnome-look.

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Ubuntu :: Changing Login Screen Back To Default?

Aug 15, 2010

First of all not sure if this is the correct forum but anyway.Ok well i installed this theme because i liked the look of windows 7 (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.p...content=113264).So i ran the GUIUninstall.sh and it seemed to work but the login screen still has the theme i was wondering how i could change it back to the defualt one.

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Ubuntu :: Changing The Drum Sound At The Login Screen - 10.04

Feb 1, 2011

Step 1: Create an audio file in (.ogg) format name (system-ready.ogg).
Step 2: Open nautilus with root privileges by pressing ALT+F2 and typing:
gksudo nautilus
Step 3: Navigate to /usr/share/sounds/ubuntu/stereo/
Step 4: In this directory rename the current (system-ready.ogg) file to (system-ready.ogg.backup)
Step 5: Copy your custom (system-ready.ogg) file into this directory.
Step 6: Restart your computer and enjoy.

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OpenSUSE :: Changing Login Screen In 11.3 GNOME?

Aug 29, 2010

I would like to change the login screen of of my system running openSuse 11.3 GNOME... I have tried most of the methods suggested in various threads on the forum but still not sure what to do.I even tried running

Code:
gdmsetup
and

[code]...

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May 2, 2011

I am running opensuse 11.4 on my Lenovo G450. The probem is that the login theme is not changing. Its the same default one. I am sure that I am following the way it should be to assign the new theme but no result. What could it be?

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Debian :: Changing The Welcome / Login Screen On Squeeze?

Jul 17, 2010

I just installed Squeeze because Lenny didn't have the best Bluetooth support. (Just installed blueman and everything I have works without any configuring, by the way). In Lenny, gdmsetup would allow me to choose a theme for the login screen as well as change settings for logging in. With Squeeze, fully updated, I only get a couple simple options for changing automatic login (screen shot of gdmsetup).

There is a config file that I found: Code: /etc/gdm3/greeter.gconf-defaults It is a simple config file but I do not know the available themes and cannot preview them.

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Ubuntu :: Changing GDM Login Screen - Package Required On Karmic

Jan 22, 2010

I have a boring, brown, GDM login screen. I'm assuming this is what shows when there are no GDM themes. I don't see any options in Administration -> Login Window, so what do I need to do to get the standard, Ubuntu GDM theme? What package (asides from vanilla GDM) is required for this on Karmic?

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Fedora :: Login Screen Hangs After Changing Monitor?

May 4, 2010

I have been searching this forum and google extensively for the last few hours, and I cant dig up anything useful. I have a very weird problem:

Install Fedora 12 from livecd on a widescreen monitor:

- Using Nvidia 96xx drivers for my Gforce2 MX

Everything runs fine at this point. Connect old 17" flatscreen and no network: Login freezes for about a minute after username selection, no password prompt, no mouse movement, no keyboard response, after timeout I return to login screen before username selection .. and can repeat this or.. At that point (or before that point) I can ctrl+alt F2 to 'terminal' screen, login works fine.

init 3, login as root
startx

Works fine then, resolution is %^# tho, and cant change it at that point due to errors I get. I'm convinced the problem has nothing to do with my X configuration tbh. Booting from the LiveCD on this configuration works fine. I am tempted to think it has something to do with my GDM, but as my knowledge is limited, I cant figure it out. If I reconnect the widescreen, it all works fine ...

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Debian :: Changing Graphical Login Screen Refresh Rate On Lenny

Jun 26, 2009

Is there any way to change the resolution and refresh rate of the graphical log on screen in Lenny? I have the right resolution and refresh rates set for after I log in but I don't know which file to edit to make Lenny use the right settings for the log on screen.

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Nov 30, 2010

I'd like to change the font characteristics (size, colour) on initial login screen (list of users) however I cannot find the configuration options.

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Apr 12, 2011

My last setup (years ago) ran fluxbox so because it was familiar I installed it as a secondary to xfce right off the bat. I download a lot of different stuff because I like to try out all the apps I can find but somewhere I broke something. I can still run fluxbox fine, but nither the Xubuntu nor Xfce sessions will run now. Last thing I remember changing was pulse audio(removed it for an experiment I was trying with jack audio), not sure if it is connected but when I try to login to xfce the screen goes black, flickers a few times then it brings me back to the login screen.

I tried failsafe but everytime I do my monitor gives me a "frequency out of range" error. I tried purging and reinstalling xubuntu desktop and xfce settings but I am thinking its my xorg config. My laptop is a Toshiba satellite M305D-s4830 with ATI Radeon 3100 mobile graphics card and I am running Xubuntu 10.10. Unfortunately I also broke the screen, so right now I am stuck with an external monitor till I get a new one.

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Feb 25, 2011

The problem come after i kill the Xorg using the kill command,and the screen turns to black without anything so that i can do nothing. The problem goes on after reboot

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Sep 17, 2010

I have installed VirtualBox and setup a Windows Vista host, initially with a .vdi of 10gb. That filled up quickly, so I added another 20gb secondary partition, after first trying to allocate a .vdi to a SCSI controller. Configured the drive in Windows (Computer Management), and all seemed ok. I shutdown VB, and rebooted my Linux host (openSuse 11.3). Now I keep bouncing back to the login screen, and can't login to Linux KDE, but can login to a console.I do have the following info:

/etc/fstab:
/dev/dis/by-id/ata-ST9250410ASG_5VG0B5VS-part5 swap swap defaults 0 0
/dev/dis/by-id/ata-ST9250410ASG_5VG0B5VS-part6 / ext4 acl,user_xattr 1 1

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I did see a message before, that I don't see anymore, that said it could not start NFS services due to missing entry in fstab. Another I'm seeing now is it couldn't start the avahi-daemon, no space left on device. This is odd, since I have a 200GB drive, with half of it left, only max 30GB set to VB. Here's my df -k output:

/dev/sda6 Use% is 100%
devtmpfs Use% is 1%
tmpfs Use% is 1%
/dev/sda7 Use% is 46%

So root "/" is mounted on /dev/sda6, which looks like it could be a problem, but why would this suddenly be a problem after working with VirtualBox? Could this be a matter of just freeing up space on /dev/sda6? Like the /tmp folder that's under "/"?

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Dec 22, 2008

I have a desktop running Hardy and till friday it was running good. Today is monday and I guess it has got monday blues like I get every monday at work.Today I tried to start it as usual but it just refused to go further than login screen. I just can not login. It just hangs it there. I do not know what has gone wrong. I did not change anything since friday and no one else uses it. Theres nothing in logs that could give any idea. It just hangs without any reason and is still on the login screen for ever. It does ask my username and password but then it does not go further.But to my surprise I tried logging in with root and it gave me expected error that system administrator is not allowed to login from gnome.

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Ubuntu :: Login Password Keeps Changing?

Jul 6, 2010

Last night I had rebooted my machine and when it came back up it would no longer accept my password. My 7 year old son had been playing on the machine earlier so I assumed he inadvertently reset my password to something else. I rebooted again, added the rw init=/bin/bash was able to get in and reset my password. That worked, I was able to access with no problem. I was able to perform admin tasks, it would prompt for password and accept the password. I just went to edit a config file and all of a sudden it is no longer accepting my password again and (my son has been no where near it)?!!?

I am not even sure where to start troubleshooting this - I know I can reboot and reset the password again - but is there a way to figure out how this is happening.

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Ubuntu :: Changing Gdm Login Splashscreen

Oct 12, 2010

I don't like the username/password default screen, but i like the ones in /usr/share/backgrounds. I've been trying to change it for few hours. None of the advices on The Net work. I tried:

1) gconf-editor and /apps/gnome-session/options/splash_image gconf-editor /schemas/apps/gnome-session/options/splash_image I set it to picture file path, or splash/filename.png or even copied the desired picture to /usr/share/pixmaps/splash/ubuntu-splash.png - no changes

2) gdmsetup has no such option for me
3) also installed startupmanager - nothing as well.

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Ubuntu :: Changing Login Themes On 10.04 Lts?

Jun 2, 2010

I want to change login theme on ubuntu 10 as it was on ubuntu 9. I mean you can change the background and login style the area where you asked to put your password

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Apr 4, 2010

I changed the Language and the keyboard to Amharic (normally I use US English). Ever since then I have been unable to log in as the keyboard is typing in Amharic and the original password was created in US English. I also tried << Ctrl+Alt+F1 >> and typed in the login name and password, even Root and the password but no luck.

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Ubuntu :: Changing The Login And Logout Sound?

Oct 2, 2010

How do you change the login and logout sound. Replacing the files in /usr/share/sounds/ubuntu/stereo doesn't work.

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Jan 30, 2011

I'm wanting to have a personalized photo on each user on the login screen, but am having difficulties figuring it out. I've done some searching here on the forums but haven't come up with anything yet. I'm using Pinguy OS 10.10.

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Jun 5, 2011

Just been looking at an 11.04 bootable CD, where I was reminded of the continued existence of xfce. "Must try that again!" I thought, and installed it through the Software Centre on my 10.04 laptop. I washoping/expecting that xfce would then become an option in the Sessions pulldown at log-on, but no such luck. What should I be doing? It is not my intention to switch to xubuntu, just to take another look at an alternative window manager.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Unplanned Visits To Login Window - Taken To Login Screen Three Times

Aug 18, 2010

I have used Ubuntu since 7-4; I now have 10.4. However, in the last week I have been taken to the login screen three times. This could be potentially calamitous. Ctrl+Alt +Backspace have by default been disable since 9-4. There is no way I am pressing atl+Prtscr +K. I wonder if there is a new zap command in 10.4, and if so, how to disable it. I have never found the need to go back back to the login window. I am generally using the command line when doing this.

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