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#Rad Display Manager

radm (Rad Display Manager) is a console-based display manager. Currently, it only supports Wayland sessions.

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 1. Hikari          Stacking compositor with tiling capabilities
 2. Sway            An i3-compatible Wayland compositor
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#Installation

sudo make install-all  # binary, manual, runit, rsyslog

# or any combination of:
sudo make install
sudo make install-manual
sudo make install-runit
sudo make install-rsyslog

#Configuration

radm should, in most cases, work with no configuration. For those other cases:

❯ radm -h
radm
A console-based display manager.

USAGE:
    radm [OPTIONS]

OPTIONS:
    -d, --dbus                    Use `dbus-run-session` to start the desktop
    -f, --focus-on-start <TTY>    Focus the given TTY when radm starts
    -h, --help                    Print help information
    -l, --log-file <PATH>         Log to this path instead of syslog
    -s, --session-dirs <PATH>     Include this folder when searching for sessions (can be used more
                                  than once)
    -v, --verbose                 Enable DEBUG-level logging (twice for TRACE)

#Prior art

#Dependencies

radm is being built for a very specific use case, but with room to expand. General requirements follow:

#Building

The pam crate requires these to be installed:

  • clang
  • pam-devel

#To do

See todo.sr.ht.