why is lightdm depend of the gnome-icon-theme?
in debian wheezy i can install only lightdm and lightdm-gtk-greeter,( the other greeters are present in Debian sid only, i believe.)
as far as i know, i need to edit the /etc/lightdm/lightdm-gtk-greeter.conf file to customize lightdm
but there i can choose wallpaper and theme only. (the theme is setup to adwaita, and if i change to Xfce or whatever other theme, they take no effect)
how should i proceed to, for example, make lightdm use the nice tango icons?
after editing the lightdm-gtk-greeter file, should i do some command to update it or so?
i know lightdm is no xfce software and theoretically, but maybe you guys know something similar?
thanks in advance
this is how it is done:
# # background = Background file to use, either an image path or a color (e.g. #772953) # show-language-selector (true or false) # theme-name = GTK+ theme to use # font-name = Font to use # xft-antialias = Whether to antialias Xft fonts (true or false) # xft-dpi = Resolution for Xft in dots per inch (e.g. 96) # xft-hintstyle = What degree of hinting to use (hintnone, hintslight, hintmedium, or hintfull) # xft-rgba = Type of subpixel antialiasing (none, rgb, bgr, vrgb or vbgr) # [greeter] background=/usr/share/images/desktop-base/login-background.svg #show-language-selector=false theme-name=Xfce icon-theme-name=Tango #font-name= xft-antialias=true #xft-dpi= xft-hintstyle=hintfull xft-rgba=rgb
but when i reboot it stills the same. maybe the user lightdm cant access the themes and icons folder, but it could do normally when it was set Adwaita and gnome...
Last edited by wilker (2013-01-07 18:48:35)