Here is a display manager that I have only recently become familiar with, this one is the Wings display manager. This is another light and efficient display manager, but it could use some updates.
This display manager seems slightly outdated, but several highly convenient options and features are provided. The Wings didplay manager is easy to install, use, and configure.
More About WDM
The WDM display manager of course is used to provide the user with a graphical user interface for logging into the desktop. This display manager was designed for users who want additiona functionality over XDM, but WDM still remains slim and fast as well.
Linux users can install this display manager using the simple commands listed below.
$ sudo apt-get install wdm
Here are some of the important files that the WDM Wings display manager will install on your system.
Main Config File
Below you can find the main configuration file for the WDM Wings display manager.
Some documentation for the WDM display manager can be found in the directory below.
If you want to check out some of the manuals for this display manager just look in this directory.
I suppose you could launch WDM from the command line from the following location.
Library files can be found in the location below.
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