Configuration options for wdmlogin
/etc/X11/wdm/wdmlogin.conf specifies geometry and font attributes for wdmLogin, the login widget that is a component of the wdm package. An alternate location for this file can be specified via the wdmLoginConfig resource in /etc/X11/wdm/wdm.config.
wdmlogin.conf uses the somewhat ill-documented libproplist file format. The file must begin and end with an open- and close-brace, respectively. Between the braces, three options are available:
If set, this option allows the wdmLogin window to be resized and repositioned within the screen. The x and y coordinates specify the location of the top left corner of the window and are optional.
If set to yes, then support for antialiased fonts is enabled. Note that this is not currently supported by libWINGs in Debian, and thus has no effect.
If set to yes, then support for multibyte character sets is enabled. Note that this is not currently supported by libWINGs in Debian, and thus has no effect.
geometry = (530, 240); aa = no; multibyte = no;
This manual page was written by Noah Meyerhans for Debian GNU/Linux. The wdm package was written by a long list of names that can be found in /usr/share/doc/wdm/AUTHORS