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15 Cool and Unique GDM Themes

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Not long ago, we've featured here some of the most beautiful KDM themes available for all the KDE users out there. So it's only appropriate to give GNOME lovers a little treat by presenting several good looking GDM themes this time around.

Without further ado, here's our fresh collection of 15 cool and unique GDM themes to further enhance your GNOME login screen:

Wooden



Simpson



Sunset



New Wave



Be Right Back



eGDM



NoBrandWave


Somatic


Arc-Colors


Binary



Forest Hiking



Gray Stripe



Jaunty Grass


Electronics


Screen of Death

10 comments

  1. GDM is better than KDM because: no C++ (gcc front-end hell, ABI nighmare, libstd madness).
    Sorry, but death to kludge.

    P.S. Evolution is written in C *and* is kludge... merely C++ makes your software a kludge automatically. Using C you have more chance to avoid the kludge syndrome, but in no case is a magic bullet.

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  2. Some of these look pretty good, but I absolutely love the BSOD! Can't wait to see what reaction it gets the next time I take my laptop to a customer . . .

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  3. Jaunty Grass is my new Login theme with mint :D Thanks for sharing :D

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  4. Could you add (or someone post a link) on how to install these tarballs into fedora. gdmsetup is gone, and fedora doesn't come with any great gdm configuration/setup tool.

    The tarballs come with the xml config files, but where do you put everything so gdm can use it?

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  5. AnonymousJune 19, 2009

    The link for Gray Stripe actually points to the Binary theme. Hope you fix this.

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  6. Last theme, BSoD is really something special! LOL

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  7. Wow I'm loving the wooden theme. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  8. This GDM in my opinion is the best of all

    DStyle --> http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/DStyle+GDM+?content=107132

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  9. AnonymousJune 28, 2009

    how to install??please..

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