slick-greeter

Slick-looking LightDM greeter

Install

All systems
curl cmd.cat/slick-greeter.sh
Debian Debian
apt-get install slick-greeter
Ubuntu
apt-get install slick-greeter
image/svg+xml Kali Linux
apt-get install slick-greeter
Fedora
dnf install slick-greeter

slick-greeter

Slick-looking LightDM greeter

Slick-Greeter is cross-distribution and should work pretty much anywhere. All panel applets are embedded. No external indicators are launched or loaded by the greeter. No settings daemon are launched or loaded by the greeter. This greeter supports HiDPI. Sessions are validated. If a default/chosen session isn't present on the system, the greeter scans for known sessions in /usr/share/xsessions and replaces the invalid session choice with a valid session. You can take a screenshot by pressing PrintScrn. The screenshot is saved in /var/lib/lightdm/Screenshot.png. Slick Greeter started as a fork of Unity Greeter 16.04.2, a greeter developed for Ubuntu by Canonical, which used indicators and unity-settings-daemon.