How to Configure XManager on Linux

Open /etc/gdm/custom.conf and edit the security and xdmcp section like the followings:








Restart the system by the command:


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One comment on “How to Configure XManager on Linux
  1. nickncst says:

    hi Rahinur,

    i’ve done modification above but still when running xmanager still failing.

    > gdm
    failed to acquire org.gnome.DisplayManager

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