1.) Run gdmconfig by selecting Applications -> System Settings ->
2.) Get an error message: You must be the superuser (root) to
Most or all of the other entries in the System Settings menu also
require root authentication, but they pop up a dialog box to obtain
it. Without the dialog box, it is not really possible to run
gdmconfig from the graphical menus, so it should be employed.
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is either no longer present in our current OS release, or
that there is no longer any interest in tracking the problem.
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This has been fixed as of Fedora 7, though the menu path has changed to "System"
-> "Administration" -> "Login Screen".