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Ce document a été rédigé afin de vous aider à installer Funtoo Linux sur un PC compatible. Ce tutoriel se veut le plus simple et minimaliste possible afin que le système d'exploitation Funtoo Linux soit installé et opérationnel le plus rapidement possible et sans trop de difficulté.
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XDM ([[Wikipedia:XDM_(display_manager)|Wikipedia page]],) also known as the X Display Manager, is an application that typically starts at system startup, and presents a graphical login screen. Once a user successfully logs in, their X session begins.
  
Si vous possèdez quelconque expérience avec l'installation de Gentoo Linux, plusieurs étapes vous seront familières. Vous devriez consulter tout le guide car il y a quelques différences.
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On Gentoo systems, XDM installs the {{f|/etc/init.d/xdm}} init script, which via the {{f|/etc/conf.d/xdm}} configuration file is used to start other display managers, such as GNOME's {{c|gdm}}.
  
{{Note|Si vous installez Funtoo Linux sur une architecture [[Funtoo Linux Installation on ARM|ARM]], s'il vous plaît consulter [[Funtoo Linux Installation on ARM]] car il y a des différences notables concernant le support ARM. }}
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==install==
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{{console|body=###i## emerge xdm}}
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==configure==
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xdm is controlled by {{f|/etc/conf.d/xdm}}.
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xdm is often paired with other, more modern display managers.
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see:
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*{{package|x11-misc/lightdm}}
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*{{package|gnome-base/gdm}}
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*{{package|kde-base/kdm}}
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*{{package|x11-misc/slim}}
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==init==
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{{console|body=###i## rc-update add xdm
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###i## rc}}
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x11-apps/xdm


Source Repository:Gentoo Portage Tree
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Summary: X.Org xdm application

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XDM (Wikipedia page,) also known as the X Display Manager, is an application that typically starts at system startup, and presents a graphical login screen. Once a user successfully logs in, their X session begins.

On Gentoo systems, XDM installs the /etc/init.d/xdm init script, which via the /etc/conf.d/xdm configuration file is used to start other display managers, such as GNOME's gdm.

install

# emerge xdm


configure

xdm is controlled by /etc/conf.d/xdm.

xdm is often paired with other, more modern display managers. see:

init

# rc-update add xdm
# rc