SDDM 0.16 Released - The Simple Desktop Display Manager
Written by Michael Larabel in Desktop on 8 October 2017 at 06:01 PM EDT. 8 Comments
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SDDM 0.16 is now available as the latest feature release of the Simple Desktop Display Manager, commonly used by some KDE-based Linux desktops for log-in management needs.

SDDM 0.16 features some configuration improvements for better handling user vs. distro configuration parameters, support for non-Latin characters in the theme settings, the default cursor is now themed, ConsoleKit2 support, new translations, and several other changes.

Those interested in the SDDM 0.16 changes can find the complete list of work via the project's GitHub release page.
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