Think Black - Thinkpad Greeter

GDM Themes

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): Add the source-code for this project on opencode.net

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Thinkpad GDM Greeter

1: Extract the archive

2: move think-black folder to /usr/share/gdm/themes/

3: activate it from the login manager


For Thinkpad backgrounds go to

http://www.mocom.ru/Wallpapers/ibm.htm
Last changelog:

12 years ago

Re-removed ibm logo
changed the position of system message
changed the position of timed login

Offered with and without ibm logo

autocrosser

12 years ago

I think you should offer it with & without the logo--that way everyone can like it :)

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gisene324

12 years ago

Ok, done! Again thanks....

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autocrosser

12 years ago

Not a problem--I just am using a custom-built computer & would like the GDM without the logo--I like the way it looks....

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autocrosser

12 years ago

I really like it, but I'm not interested in the IBM logo--could you also offer it without?

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gisene324

12 years ago

Ok, offered. I was just re-added it because I like the logo... Are you thinking that's a problem?
However thank you.

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IsKAll

12 years ago

I like what you have done except the logo part, remove the IBM logo and linux (it does not fit there). Then it will be much nicer and more elegant!

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gisene324

12 years ago

Thank you for comment. I've modified it as you required

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12 years ago

Re-removed ibm logo
changed the position of system message
changed the position of timed login

Offered with and without ibm logo

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GDM Themes

For applying GDM themes, there is this tool:
https://github.com/juhaku/loginized

Note Ubuntu uses LightDM, so you would need to switch to GDM first to use GDM themes:
https://askubuntu.com/questions/346330/how-to-apply-theme