I want a guest account just like in Ubuntu which has following features: It does not require password to login A new home folder (in /tmp if possible) is created with no data every time User data is ...
I'm trying to work remotely on a project that I have stored in a server, but the computer I am on belongs to the university and I don't have any keys nor permission to install anything. Could it be ...
I installed Zorin OS 9 x64 using a USB on my Dell Inspiron 1440 laptop (The laptop screen is broken, so I removed my laptop LCD screen and connected my external monitor (LG LED TV) via VGA) After the ...
I'm trying to create a guest account in arch linux that only allows the user to use simple applications like firefox. I do not want them to have access to programs like terminal or grub-customizer etc....
I sure hope I don't make a fool of myself with this but here goes... I've updated Samba from 3.0.33 to 3.6.9 (well, upgraded my OS and this update came with it) and have found certain features I ...
This is what I'd like to be able to do: After a user's account is created, they should be able to ssh-tunnel, but their account is automatically removed after 30 days unless the countdown is reset by ...
I would like to set up a guest account on my Ubuntu so that anyone could log in (no password) and browse the Internet. But the guest user should not be able to modify desktop configuration (remove ...
Is there a way to add a guest login account on welcome screen of Linux Mint 13 MATE-32bits, similar to the one present in Ubuntu 12.04?