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Old 19th February 2012, 07:56 PM
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Fedora 16 clear gdm face browser data


So I've been messing around with F16 and can't disable the face browser due to gdm-simple-greeter not running on it. Been poking around trying to find a solution.

Since I'm not able to disable it, I was just curious if there was a way to clear out the cached logins out of the menu? (the menu populates when people login to the system)
Is there a location where those are stored that I can mess with? I can't find it and was curious if anyone here knew.

Any help would be appreciated
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