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How to start a command upon login in GNOME?

I would like to run xkbcomp upon a user login in order to modify its keyboard. The command works fine from a terminal after login. The system is an unmodified Fedora 20 Desktop Edition. I tried to ...
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gdm greeter configuration: Exclude all *except* for one specific user

I have Googled this one and tried so many combinations, with no success. I need the GDM login greeter to display one and only one username. In effect, what I need is something like this in ...
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Start terminal on Debian login

I am able to login automatically into Debian. I changed the /etc/gdm3daemon.conf file to do so. What I'm having trouble doing now is getting the terminal window to appear after the login. I need to ...
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Automatic login still doesn't work after editing custom.conf

As the title suggests, I've edited /etc/gdm/custom.conf to show the following: [daemon] AutomaticLoginEnable=true AutomaticLogin=username Where username is obviously the username I'd like to ...
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1answer
258 views

Display hostname in GDM3 on Fedora 19 at login screen

I'm managing almost 100 lab PC's running Fedora 19. It's difficult to manage because it seems like no where that I can display the hostname at the login screen. GDM version: gdm-3.8-3.2
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GDM not showing when I boot my FreeBSD system

I've installed FreeBSD 9.1 in a VirtualBox VM, and did some basic setup. After that, I had installed Gnome2 via sudo pkg_add -r gnome2. Along the way, there were some errors. Mostly it was (I think) ...
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Problem with keyboard and mouse in gdm3 and lightdm

Linux anarki 3.2.0-2-amd64 #1 SMP Fri Jun 1 17:49:08 UTC 2012 x86_64 GNU/Linux Distributor ID: LinuxMint Description: Linux Mint Debian Edition Release: 1 Codename: debian When my ...
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Debian: Must pkill -9 twm and then login with twm

I was experimenting with my Debian system (it says wheezy/sid when I log in with tty), and broke it somehow. When I start, there is a black screen with a watch cursor. It stays like that, but if I ...
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log remote X session from ssh (PuTTY)

I've googled alot about this and can't find a way to do this (or if it's even possible) I want to log a user on a remote machine in his X session (Gnome) from a ssh in a windows machine with PuTTY. ...
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Calling a script in ~/.profile stops my logging in

I placed a call to a bash script in my ~/.profile. The script executes a CLI program to dim my screen at login. However, Gnome doesn't continue to log me in to my standard desktop after running the ...
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How do I add a logon GUI to Backtrack 5 R1 with GNOME?

I'm running Backtrack 5 R1 with GNOME in Virtualbox on a Windows 7 x64 host. In the default install, Backtrack boots to a command-line login prompt and then requires you to run startx to load the ...
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Where should I put a script that needs to execute once when the user logs in graphically?

Using Gnome 3 on Fedora 15, where should I put a script that needs to execute once when the user logs in graphically?
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Debian (Gnome): unable to login

I am new to Linux, installed Gnome, and unable to login, as only root is set, and disabled, I think after reading on the Internet. Now how do i get back to the command line, at least so I can deal ...
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How do I configure the GNOME gdm login screen?

I recently installed Arch Linux and have it mostly set up. With many other Linux distributions, there is a tool that is used to configure the look and feel of the login screen. I would like to change ...
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How to resume a gnome session?

I am in the middle of a project where I repeatedly have to stop X11 to debug. I stop with Ctrl+Alt+F1 then login and $ sudo /etc/init.d/gdm stop Then I go about my debugging. then restart gdm ...
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How to run commands automatically on gnome-terminal after log-in?

After each login, there's certain commands that I run on specific tabs of gnome-terminal. This is a tedious process, so can this be done automatically?
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How to disable multiple logins in GNOME?

Basically, I want to disable multiple logins. The family laptop (not mine) has a problem with the x server -- at least it seems to be the x server. When two users are logged in simultaneously the ...