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.
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.