Hi,Just upgraded to 6.3 - from - 5.3 - great! I am a single user on my laptop - just for fun. Can I bypass the login screen, as I did in 5.3? This feature seems to no longer be available - ... [by jwilwert]
I have edited lightdm.conf to un-comment and set my account for autologin. Although XFCE no longer requires me to enter a password at the login screen, it does not bypass the login screen during boot-up.
Hi. I'm trying to create an application to make a login screen launch at boot. This application will *(hopefully)* force users to login using an username and a password before they are able to use the home, back, menu and search buttons. So far, I have done *MOST* of the coding and as far as I can see, the login app works.
I'm enjoying learning ZSH, but one thing's bugging me. If I put something in my .zshrc that renders the shell useless (I'm playing with something that affects the way the keyboard is interpreted), then I could end up not being able to fix it unless I can bypass my zshrc on login.
New install of 12.04.1 and the user established during install cannot login.
I was able to create an new user by entering the system as guest. Ubuntu accepted the sudo password of the first user to establish the new user; but I cannot login as the user established during install. The newly created user does have admin permission and I can login using that user and do sudo stuff.
When the user locks the screen, the reentry login is [email protected], which the user does not have the (randomized) password for.
It is possible for the user return to their session by backing out to the main login screen, which where EXAMPLE.COM is