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Assuming you already have one user that auto-logs in, you can probably use a script that runs after logging in (use gnome-session-properties) that: gets a list of users to auto-login from some file checks for each of those users if they are logged in yet if one is not, use xdotool to switch to the first user (by simulating clicking on Menu and then ...


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Please have a look at bash manual: /etc/profile The systemwide initialization file, executed for interactive login shells /etc/bash.bashrc The systemwide initialization file, executed for interactive, non-login shells. ~/.bash_profile The personal initialization file, executed for interactive login shells ~/.bashrc The individual per-interactive-shell ...



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