SDDM Display Manager Adds HiDPI Support, New Options
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 28 August 2016 at 08:22 AM EDT. 7 Comments
KDE --
The Simple Desktop Display Manager has released version 0.14 of their project that's used by Hawaii, some KDE installations, and more as the login/display manager.

SDDM 0.14 was released today and it presents several new configuration options, now targets Qt 5.6 and later, enables HiDPI support, Wayland session fixes, PAM handling changes, updated translations, theme improvements, and more.

Those making use of the SDDM display manager can learn more about the v0.14 release via the announcement posted to HawaiiOS.org.
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