xfce on Debian on Freerunner
jimcolt at gmail.com
Fri Aug 22 21:05:39 CEST 2008
I agree - had thought of the security benefit but forgot to mention it.
How about a modified XDM where it presents a numerical keypad rather than a
field. Each key would listen for touchscreen events and add its numerical
value to the entered sequence if the touch event (containing X,Y) occurred
in it's area. One key could be the "start over" key.
It proceeds to start the session as soon as the correct sequence of numbers
So all XDM code would remain the same except replacing current graphic
object with the numerical keypad object and adding listening for touch
screen events. There is no concept of themes with XDM though.
On Fri, Aug 22, 2008 at 10:09 AM, arne anka <openmoko at ginguppin.de> wrote:
> > Besides, how many sessions would one run on a micro PC like this anyway?
> well, otoh a _real_ dm requirig login will increase the security of the
> simply powering up and off you go will be impossible -- we need, i think,
> a lightweight dm that presents a minimalistic keyboard (just the chars
> allowed in username/password and backspace/enter), so you can log in.
> xvkbd with -xdm seems to be ok -- but it's rather ugly ;-)
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