I have installedHere, without editing the file:
pkg install plasma5-sddm-kcm pkg install sddm-freebsd-black-theme
I tried to change the
sddmtheme through the graphical menu
After restarting the session, the theme of the
sddminvitation has not changed.
(That's why I asked how to determine what is applicable on freebsd when viewing information on resources like https://userbase.kde.org/Welcome_to_KDE_UserBase or https://docs.kde.org/. For now, as an option, create a separate snapshot of the virtual machine called "Settings Game” and periodically check any controversial options on it)
Then I did the following in the Kate editor –
sudo sddm --example-config > /usr/local/etc/sddm.conf
Got a message -
I did the same thing only through
# sddm --example-config > /usr/local/etc/sddm.conf
Now I got the file /usr/local/etc/sddm.conf. In it I changed the
[Theme] # Current theme name Current=breeze
[Theme] # Current theme name Current=sddm-freebsd-black-theme
After restarting the session, I got a black eran. If you click on it in the upper part of the mouse, the login window appears, but after clicking in the
passwordfield, the black screen appears again. However, if you enter the user's password (blindly), then KDE loads. Strange behavior.
What was the default works fine.
Maybe so. But given the context and the name of this topic, which concerns not only KDE but the desktop in general, a reminder is necessary for the purpose of its further use.… doesn't belong in a guide to installing KDE Plasma ;-)
I'm a little confused by
fdesc. Judging by the name, this is related to floppy disk drives. Does anyone use floppy disks now? My motherboard doesn't even have an interface to connect them.