Description of problem:
as GDM was showing user list before this version , but now it was not showing
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Everytime during start with GDM
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Update to latest build
2. check Screen
No user list shown when Users are Normal user, (and those were available before
may "Bug 240148: gdm prompts me to login in non user logins " effect
The cause is explained on the GNOME Bugzilla.
Quoted from Brian Cameron,
"Note that starting with GDM 2.19, the Browser key must be true for the face
browser to work. Previously GDM allowed the face browser to be on if the theme
specified the face browser and the key was false. This is not longer true, so
perhaps the default configuration in Ubuntu needs some tweaking?
This might be due to a change in the default configuration. Note that the
configutation should have the following entries set:
If IncludeAll=false, then you can specify specific users with the Include key.
Perhaps the problem is the the default Ubuntu configuration isn't correct?"
I suspect the problem is similar with Fedora.
After upgrading to FC8 the problem is visible here too. With FC7 everything was fine. I am using Fedora
infinity GDM theme.
Seeing the same in the latest rawhide. (gdm-2.21.8-1.fc9.x86_64)
The rawhide gdm is a complete rewrite, therefore it is best not to mix F8 bugs
with rawhide bugs. Lets keep this bug on F8.
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