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How To Customize GDM 3.6+ Login / Lock Screen (Change Theme, Wallpaper)

GDM3Setup, a tool to tweak the GDM3 login screen / lock screen, has been updated recently to support the latest stable GDM 3.6.GDM3Setup features:Change the GDM3 GNOME Shell / GTK themeChange icon theme, wallpaper, cursor themeEnable/disable automatic loginGNOME Shell: change logo, show date in clock, show seconds in clockGTK: change font, disable user list, disable restart buttonsIn my test, some GNOME Shell themes didn’t work properly with GDM and caused it not to start, so I suggest you don’t change the GDM GNOME Shell theme! Also, an user has reported that the automatic login feature causes issues too. Only use these features if you know how to restore everything to default without a working login screen.Download GDM3SetupGDM3Setup is available for Ubuntu, Debian, openSUS, Fedora and Arch Linux and can be downloaded from GitHub:Download GDM3SetupNote: even though the GDM3Setup page says the Ubuntu deb package is for Ubuntu Oneiric Ocelot, it works with Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal and the latest GDM 3.6.How to change the GDM 3.6 background imageGDM3Setup supports changing the GDM 3.6 wallpaper, but this option may not be what you expect: the option to change the wallpaper in GDM3Setup only changes the image displayed right before/after GDM3 loads

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