|Revision v1.00||2002-05-16||Revised by: KT|
|Minor updates to all sections. Added details of Windows/Linux interoperability. Added section on starting XDM. Added details of KDM and GDM. Added new software resources.|
|Revision v0.05||14 November 2000||Revised by: KT|
|Added cross-references to other Howtos|
|Revision v0.04||6 November 2000||Revised by: KT|
|Updates after first public draft.|
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|Minor updates from first comments|
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This document describes the basic ideas for using XDM to manage X terminals. It is not meant to be a comprehensive discussion of all the features of XDM, but a gentle introduction to what XDM can do.
For a full discussion about the installation and configuration of X terminals, please refer to the 'Thin-client' HOWTO, from the Linux Documentation Project or the Linux Terminal Server Project (see Section 7).