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auto login with Cubian (debian with mate)

How do I automatically log a user in using Cubian? I have tried removing the default users password but it still promotes to enter a username at the login screen. I've tried editing the /etc/inittab ...
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Are there risks to auto-login/passwordless login other than physical access control?

Does auto-login/passwordless login leave the computer in exactly that same state as it would be after manually logging in, or does it create security risks of a type other than physical access ...
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Is it possible to create an alias to rlogin and pass login paramteres?

There is a system I need to rlogin to for work, and each time it asks for my username and password and after the login I have to type in a code-word in order to get to the view I want. Is it possible ...
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How do I remove login password for Centos6.5?

Question 1 On Centos 6.5, I have a username called admin. How can I make it so the system logs in automatically? Question 2 How can I configure system to login as root user when there are other ...
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Autologin question with LightDM & Ubuntu 14.04

I have set up a batch of workstations at a library using DRBL. These workstations are running Ubuntu 14.04. I want these workstations to autologin to a specific user (a different one for each ...
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How to open Fedora without a user password?

How do I open Fedora 19 without a user password? My user name is mz2, and I want to login without a password.
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Auto-login using nodm and ecrpytfs on the home folder

I am trying to secure a Linux system to prevent offline access to the home directory (i.e. someone takes the HDD and mounts it on their system), which I've done with ecryptfs. I use nodm which boots ...
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Auto change splash screen after log on

I know how to change the splash screen, however I would like it to change automatically. Say I have a folder of images and I want each of them appear to be splash screen randomly every time I log on. ...
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Linux Mint 16 (Petra) returns always to login screen when shutdown

I've installed a Mint 16 Cinnamon on my notebook. When I want to shutdown or restart the system, Mint returns to, and stays at, the login screen. Does somebody know such a behaviour?
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Expect script + automated telnet process between three Linux machines

Is it possible to do the following by expect script? I have Linux server that connected to linux_machine1 and linux_machine1 connected to linux_machine2 My Linux server have access only to ...
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Automatic login for mysql used in CGI script

I have written a CGI script using bash which executes a MySQL query. For MySQL authentication , automatic login is used by supplying the credentials in .my.cnf file as shown below . # the following ...
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Autologin enabled, keychain blocking VNC connection

I have a CentOS server set to autolog in so we can remotely connect to the machine. When the machine reboots and we try connect to the machine, the CentOS server needs a keychain password... due to ...
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How can I start tmux automatically in fish shell while connecting to remote server via ssh

I switched from bash to fish shell. I liked it and decided to use it on my servers also. How can I start tmux automatically on ssh connection? I followed this instruction for bash but fish shell is ...
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Will autologin create remote security problems?

In Debian, I setup nodm, such that my computer logs in automatically when it is turned on. I am not concerned about thieves accessing the computer directly, but compared to a setup using GDM, can such ...
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Automatic login still doesn't work after editing custom.conf

As the title suggests, I've edited /etc/gdm/custom.conf to show the following: [daemon] AutomaticLoginEnable=true AutomaticLogin=username Where username is obviously the username I'd like to ...
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Enable root login from GUI

I just installed Mint 16 and I see that root user is not available at login screen. I log in from normal user and went to "Login Window" option and there I set "Allow root login". Then I restarted the ...
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SLiM autologin to wrong wm

I configured my system to do an autologin using awesome wm. However, after an upgrade of my Debian Sid (which wasn't without difficulty because of a bug in the package of my graphic driver, I had to ...
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To configure script to send email only when diff command gives a difference

I'm new to the world of scripting and and currently using a script to perform a health check on the san devices that I manage. The script is simple and redirects output of commands to a current file ...
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How to auto log on with root user in Fedora?

I'm a newbie in Linux, and I want to enable auto log on with root user for specific purpose. It's so bored when every time I power on my PC to study and I have to input user and password.
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What's wrong with this autologin configuration?

I'm configuring TTY auto login, so I followed the official guide, created a file named autologin.conf in /etc/systemd/system/getty@tty1.service.d, containing the following lines: [Service] ExecStart= ...
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How to autologin with XDM?

How to autologin a specified user with xdm? I know it's possible with other display managers but I wasn't able to figure out how xdm has to be configured to autologin a certain user. Is it possible? ...
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Need to auto-login after logout on ubuntu

I've set up a kiosk using Ubuntu 12.04, and I'd like to have it autologin after a user logs out or if the screen locks, in case someone manages to get back to lightdm or tries to login to the ...
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How to enter/choose session after logout without password in (Linux Mint) Xfce?

I have Linux Mint 14 Xfce (4.10) and have also installed LXDE desktop, so I can choose between these sessions if I want. Normally I would set one as default and at startup I am not asked for ...
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How to start subsequent shells as root?

I run my local testing server inside a VM. I often have to open up multiple windows in it, and all have to be logged in root. Usually this is accomplished by writing su on every tab, a total of 7-8 ...
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Need help on setting up tty autologin on FreeBSD

I was trying to setup tty auto login for FreeBSD, I copied the P|Pc|Pc part and made a change: Pcal console:\ :al=root:ht:np:sp#9600 And modify the tty for ttyv0: ttyv0 "/usr/libexec/getty Pcal" ...
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Mint 13: Is it possible to skip standard login password dialog in presence of a pendrive with the key

To meet my security needs I set up quite long user password on my notebook. But when I am at home or other secure location, typing it down is cumbersome. It would be nice to let the gdm (or: mdm, ...
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Fedora 16: run a binary after automatic login?

I want to automatically login as root, and then run an interactive script. I am using Fedora 16.
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Auto-login to internet script

For me to connect to internet I need to login first. Normally I do this manually (by opening my browser then at the first URL I enter I am redirected to the ISP's login page). However there is a Perl ...
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Auto login for Ubuntu (or other Linux) without GUI?

I am thinking about doing an Ubuntu installation with their mini ISO, which comes only with the barebones system without a desktop environment/GUI. I remember being given the option to set up ...
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autologin console as root on fedora

Can someone help to autologin in console text mode as root in fedora, usually I can do using script like this : /sbin/autologin.sh: #!/bin/bash 0</dev/$1 1>/dev/$1 2>&1 cat /etc/issue ...