I used gdmconfig to enable the "faces" feature during gdm log in. However,
gdm shows the "rpm" user, along with standard users and root. Seems like
this shouldn't be. Grep'ing through /etc/passwd, it looks like gdm is
showing any user with a real (non-false) shell. RPM has it's shell of
/bin/bash (is this as intented?), as shows up in gdm. Not a big bug, but
maybe gdm should only show "faces" for users of UID 500 and above?
You give gdm too much credit ;-) It just has a list of users not to show, in
I'll add the rpm user.
Cool.. thanks. However, it is a never ending battle if you have to explicitly
block each user... maybe a blocked-UID range is a more permanent answer for the