Display Manager

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Entrance (display Manager)
... In computing, Entrance ( /ɛnˈtræns/), usually started with the Entranced display manager, is a display manager for the X Window System designed with the Enlightenment window ... Similar programs include KDM, the KDE Display Manager, GDM, the GNOME Display Manager and XDM, the default X Window System Display Manager ... At 9th August, 2012, other display manager Elsa was renamed to Entrance Because of this Entrance received possibilities of E17 ...
Air Traffic Control - Technology
... All this information is distributed to modern operational display systems, making it available to controllers ... Arrival and Departure Manager to help sequence the takeoff and landing of aircraft ... The Departure Manager (DMAN) A system aid for the ATC at airports, that calculates a planned departure flow with the goal to maintain an optimal throughput at the runway, reduce ...
X Window System Protocols And Architecture - X Display Manager
... The program known as the X display manager shows the graphical login prompt in the X Window System ... More generally, a display manager runs one or more X servers on the local computer and accepts incoming connections from X servers running on remote computers ... The local servers are started by the display manager, which then connects to them to present the user the login screen ...
Vuze Release History
... Displays plugin information and can toggle startup status UI
Linux Terminal Server Project - The LTSP Client Boot Process
... At this XDMCP login manager on the LTSP server ... to the LTSP server's X environment, through which it will start the LDM (LTSP Display Manager) login manager locally ... LTSP 4 LTSP 5 (MueKow) GUI Export XDMCP ssh -X Remote login (X display manager) KDM/GDM LTSP Display Manager (LDM) Intregration method LTSP tarball Native as part of distribution Root filesystem NFS NBD or NFS ...

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