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@@ -59,10 +59,12 @@ See the `greetd-ipc(7)` manpage, and look at `agreety` or `gtkgreet` for inspira
vt = 1
-command = "cage gtkgreet"+command = "cage -s -- gtkgreet"user = "greeter"
+The `-s` argument enables VT switching in cage (0.1.2 and newer only), which is highly recommended to prevent locking yourself out.+5. Edit gtkgreet list of login environments, which is by default read from `/etc/greetd/environments`. Example:
@@ -202,7 +204,7 @@ sudo chown -R greeter:greeter /etc/greetd
## I used cage as my greeter, messed up my config, and now I can't log in or switch to another VT!
-cage specifically disallows VT switching, which can be slightly frustrating if you have messed up your config.+cage specifically disallows VT switching, unless started with `-s`, which can be slightly frustrating if you have messed up your config.If this, together with a broken greeter configuration, has rendered you unable to log in, you can temporarily disable greetd by adding the following to your kernel command-line in your bootloader: