auto login

Olivier Fourdan fourdan at
Thu Sep 12 15:48:46 CEST 2002


I remember doing that on a Mdk 7.2 some time ago. As soon as
"xfce_setup" was run for the desired user, there was nothing else to do
since, thanks to xfce_setup, xfce was the default desktop for the user.

But that's a loooong time ago, and I have a very bad memory... So I
might have forgotten something.


On Thu, 2002-09-12 at 15:26, Mattias Thuresson wrote:
> Joe Klemmer wrote:
> >Auto login?  You mean like when it boots up it keeps going and starts
> >the WM with a user ID.  No entering name and passwd?  That is what
> >you're doing wrong, in my opinion.  Auto login for anything except a
> >desktop system not connected to the net is to dangerous, IMO.
> Well, did I say that it is connected to the net? It isn't. 
> Can somebody please answer the original question?
> Matt.
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