generic login manager daemon

gif cycling through gtkgreet, agreety and wlgreet screenshots

greetd is a minimal and flexible login manager daemon that makes no assumptions about what you want to launch.

If you can run it from your shell in a TTY, greetd can start it. If it can be taught to speak a simple JSON-based IPC protocol, then it can be a greeter.

How to get greetd


Refer to the greetd(1) manpage as well as the wiki for more information. See gtkgreet, wlgreet, dlm, or the included agreety for examples of greeters.


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