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Web Greeter for LightDM

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Install It

Distro Packages

Distro Install Command/Links
antergos sudo pacman -S lightdm-webkit2-greeter
arch yaourt -S lightdm-webkit2-greeter
fedora dnf copr enable antergos/lightdm-webkit2-greeter
openSUSE 1 Click Install
ubuntu OBS Repo

From Source

Dependencies

antergos    arch ubuntu fedora openSUSE
whither python-whither python3-whither python3-whither python3-whither
liblightdm-gobject lightdm liblightdm-gobject-dev lightdm-gobject-devel liblightdm-gobject-1-0
pygobject python-gobject python3-gi pygobject3 python3-gobject

NOTE: These instructions are for the master branch. To build the latest release, please see the stable branch.

Download & Install

git clone https://github.com/Antergos/web-greeter.git /tmp/greeter
cd /tmp/greeter
sudo make install

Theme JavaScript API

The greeter exposes a JavaScript API to themes which they must use to interact with the greeter (in order to facilitate the user login process). For more details, check out the API Documentation.

Debugging

You can run the greeter from within your desktop session if you add the following line to the desktop file for your session located in /usr/share/xsessions/: X-LightDM-Allow-Greeter=true.

You have to log out and log back in after adding that line. Then you can run the greeter from command line.

web-greeter

Themes can be opened with a debug console if you set debug_mode to true inside /etc/lightdm/web-greeter.yml.

Note: Do not use lightdm --test-mode as it is not supported.

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