indaymadel wrote:I always choose replace and this time, my login screen changed.
Logo above my name changed to debian logo.
Background of the login screen changed from Mint green background to something like a blue debian wallpaper with debian logo in it. As if, Mint branding has been replaced by Debian branding.
craigevil wrote:I usually pick 'N" which is the default most of the time, let's you keep the config you already have.
If you use smxi there is a list of packages that you must say Yes to.
det4100 wrote:I usually locate the file and read the changes to determine if I want the file to be replaced. You can compare the two files by clicking on the little button on the warning window. The entries with "-" in front are the original lines in the file and the entries with the "+" are the new or different lines in the files. Most times you can tell from here what the config file does. You wouldn't want to replace your samba config after spending the week figuring out how to get your computers to share files.
pappfer wrote:Could someone post the (original LMDE) content of "/etc/gdm3/greeter.gconf-defaults", please?
# Use a specific background
# Theming options
# Greeter options
# Some other possible options
# The lower panel doesn't work with the compositor
doktordave wrote:I updated and noticed it wanted to change "/etc/gdm3/greeter.gconf-defaults" and replaced. It also created a "/etc/gdm3/greeter.gconf-defaults.dpkg-old" file, with my prior settings. You can edit "greeter.gconf-defaults" to change the background, icon, and theme on the login screen to your taste.
gtk_theme and icon_theme need to be available to all users to work here.
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