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Source: ldm
Section: misc
Priority: extra
Maintainer: MAINTAINER
Uploaders: UPLOADERS
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 4), flex, bison, libpopt-dev, libgtk2.0-dev, dpatch, intltool
Standards-Version: 3.8.0
XS-X-Vcs-Bzr: BZR_URL
XS-X-Vcs-Browser: VCS_BROWSER_URL 
XS-DM-Upload-Allowed: yes

Package: ldm
Depends: ${misc:Depends}, ${shlibs:Depends}, LDM_DEPENDS
Architecture: any
Conflicts: ltsp-client-core (<= 5.0.40~bzr20080121-2)
Recommends: netcat-traditional | netcat
Description: LTSP display manager
 ldm is an X11 display manager similar to xdm, gdm and kdm, but unlike
 those it wraps the X11 traffic within an SSH tunnel to provide a
 secure login mechanism for remote X sessions. ldm provides access
 only through SSH, not locally. It is technically possible to use ldm
 to connect to the same host, but probably a waste of CPU power.
 .
 It was written to work with the LTSP project, but should work without
 LTSP as well.
 .
 LTSP stands for 'Linux Terminal Server Project'.