Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 72781
gdm shrinking font
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:46:05 EDT
gdm 126.96.36.199-6 seems to have introduced a smaller font size.
Weird thing is, none of my patches/spec file changes should have related even remotely to
font size. I also can't see any obvious way that the font size would be configured -
Bluecurve.xml has no font thing for user-pw-entry, and there doesn't appear to be anything
in the code to set the font either.
If anyone has more insights before I start digging, yell.
Maybe we somehow introduced a change in the DPI that gtk is picking up?
(just throwing out random ideas)
An 'xrdb -q' on the display where gdm is running would be a good
188.8.131.52-8 puts /usr/X11R6/bin back in the path, should fix for now
Note, gdm.conf is now noreplace so you won't get the fix by default.
I don't like the noreplace thing. What if we have a security problem in
gdm.conf? Plus there are lots of things that will just break on upgrade with
But not really related to this bug, except that when testing you need to move
.rpmnew over the old file.
'noreplace' confirmed removed with gdm-184.108.40.206-10. In addition, confirmed that
the path is back in.