I have auto login enabled, and I just upgraded to 11.04. When I boot, I get a message saying that I don't have the hardware required to run Unity, so I should choose Ubuntu Classic at the login screen. The problem is that auto login bypasses the login screen, and I can't disable auto login via the normal route since I can't start xwindows.
I have a Ubuntu 12.04 and have removed the GUI essentially making it a server. I have been trying to figure out how to turn off the auto login on the tty1 command line that it boots too. The other consoles do not have auto login setup.
When installing 11.2, I chose not to enable auto-login during the install process. I have now tried to enable it through the System Settings menu, but the changes do not take effect. I've checked and rechecked and restarted numerous times, but still auto-login will not enable. I've also tried changing the login splash screen, but upon reboot, nothing has changed.
Anyone have any ideas?
Hello, I am running Fedora 17 i66 on an hp compaq nc6320. This is used as a remote server so I have no use for the graphical interface and am interested in running in mutli-user mode (level 3). I'm able to boot into this mode successfully (having changed the default systemd symlink). However, when I perform a reboot I must log in as a user in order to fire up the network connections.