How to install GDM, SDDM, LightDM Display Manager on Fedora

Display Manager is a graphical login manager or greeter that initiates a login session and display server upon successful entry of a valid username and password. Fedora gnome comes with a GDM display manager. Fedora such as Fedora Kde, Fedora XFCE, and Mate using SDDM have LightDM Display Manager. If you don’t like your current display manager, you can easily switch to another display manager in Fedora. Follow these steps to install and configure Display Manager on Fedora.

Install GDM GNOME Display Manager on Fedora:

Open a terminal emulator in fedora and run this command to install the GDM GNOME Display Manager on Fedora.

sudo dnf install gdm

Enter y and enter it when prompted.[y/N] Screen lines.

Then run this command to disable the current display manager and enable GDM.

sudo systemctl enable gdm.service -f

Then restart the system. The Gnome Display Manager will now appear as your new login manager.

Install the SDDM Simple Desktop Display Manager on Fedora:

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Execute this command on the terminal to install SDDM Simple Desktop Display Manager on Fedora.

sudo dnf install sddm

Type y and press Enter to confirm the installation.[y/N]:

After installation, run this command to disable the current display manager and run SDDM Simple Desktop Display Manager as the default display manager.

sudo systemctl enable sddm.service -f

Next, restart the system and display the new SDDM on the login screen.

Install LightDM Display Manager on Fedora:

Execute this command on the terminal to install LightDM Display Manager on Fedora.

sudo dnf install lightdm

Is this okay when asked about it[y/N]: Type y and press Enter to confirm the installation

After installation, run this command to disable the current display manager and run LightDM display manager as the default display manager.

sudo systemctl enable lightdm.service -f

Next, restart the system and display the new lightdm on the login screen.

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