Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 439111
Automatic Login icon needed with Live CD
Last modified: 2015-01-14 18:20:40 EST
With the F9 live cd, gdm has three 'users' in the face browser -- automatic
login, fedora, and Other. All three have the same, default icon. It would be
nice to make this look better. Automatic login prolly doesn't need an icon.
And we're setting ~/.face for the fedora user to the fedora logo, so not sure
why that's not getting picked up as well
Jeremy: The way it works now, it won't get picked up unless the home directory
is executable and the .face is readable.
I wonder if we should change useradd so that the default perms will actually
work with this...
Is the about me capplet doing something crazy like chmod'ing your home directory
when you set a face?
*** Bug 439164 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Right now we only have 'Automatic Login', no Fedora logo. Is that 'good enough'?
The fedora logo caused some confusion on the F7/F8 live cds, and was
intentionally removed from the user list. We haven't come up with a good icon
for 'automatic login' yet, which is why the space is currently empty. If you
have a good idea, please let mlanglie know.
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
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