I work in an enterprise environment--at a major university to be more specific--as desktop support. It's largely a Windows environment. I'm not looking to install Ubuntu for our end users--rather may question is am I allowed to boot up an Ubuntu live USB (or install it on a VM) and use the OS to do things at work?
I have kubuntu 13.04 and recently i've made the update of some aplications and after that i only can login at the XBMC session, before this problem, i didn't even realized that i had a session for the XBMC.
So at the desktop environment i only can log in on this session, and i can't use the operating system, only the XMBC application
After that problem happened, i can change to the ter
Suppose auto-login to a session is active in Ubuntu. So there will not be an opportunity to select a session (e.g gnome, unity, kde, etc). But if the environment is corrupted there is no way to escape except command line.
Is there a way to disable auto-login without relying on GUI session
Recently I've logged out of my normal Ubuntu session and changed graphical interface to that mobile one. I'm stuck now and log out just brings me to log in of this mobile session. I can't change my graphical environment back to normal. How to do that? I tried to find solution but it's second day since I can't solve this.
I'm using Ubuntu 14.10.
I can't back to normal login from
What is Guest Session:-The Ubuntu Guest Session feature provides a convenient way, with a high level of security, to lend your computer to someone else. A guest cannot view the home folders of other users, and by default any saved data or changed settings will be removed/reset at logout.