I have Ubuntu 15.10 installed and when I first start my computer it gives me the really nice looking ubuntu lightdm login screen but anytime I lock the computer I get the really nasty looking gnome lock screen. How can I make it only use one or the other?
Things I have tried:
- reinstalling GDM
sudo dpkg-reconfigureon gdm and lightdm
$ dm-tool lock seems to lock correctly but pressing
super + L takes me back to the ugly gdm lock screen.
My current workaround has been to change the keyboard shortcut to use
dm-tool lock but that isn't really sustainable.
Someone in the comments has suggested to remove the package
gdm but when I try to it wants to remove
ubuntu-gnome-desktop and the list below. Clearly this isn't what I want to do.
account-plugin-aim account-plugin-google account-plugin-jabber account-plugin-salut account-plugin-yahoo acpi-support aisleriot app-install-data-partner apturl apturl-common argyll argyll-ref baobab bluez-cups brltty cheese dc dconf-editor deja-dup deja-dup-backend-cloudfiles deja-dup-backend-gvfs deja-dup-backend-s3 duplicity empathy empathy-common file-roller fonts-cantarell ..... syslinux-legacy telepathy-gabble telepathy-idle telepathy-logger telepathy-salut toshset transmission-common transmission-gtk ttf-ancient-fonts-symbola ttf-indic-fonts-core ubuntu-sso-client unity-asset-pool uno-libs3 unoconv ure usb-creator-common usb-creator-gtk vino whoopsie x11-apps x11-session-utils xdg-user-dirs-gtk xdiagnose xinit xorg xsltproc yelp-tools zsync