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You could get the username from the UID, passing that to passwd. passwd $(id -nu $UID)


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There is an option in sshd config file with path /etc/ssh/sshd.config. Find PermitEmptyPasswords in the file and change it to yes, and you can have user without login passwords, I don't think that will be good practice though . chnage this PermitEmptyPasswords no to PermitEmptyPasswords yes


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I do not think you can. Linux is based on user separation, and users need a password to login most display managers (or other methods like SSH). I think GDM will allow passwordless logins (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=123116) but the users still need a password, and you will still have to enter it for some things (like keyring). You might be ...


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You can remove their passwords since you want them to autologin. On terminal sudo passwd user1 -d for all three of them. They will not have any password. Also if your users has sudo privileges I assume they do then you need to user1 ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL on sudoers file for three users


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Since you do not specify if you are using OS X Server or not, let me presume not and suggest that you might be violating the EULA: 2H. Remote Desktop Connections. Subject to the terms and conditions of this License, when remotely connecting from another computer or electronic device (each a “Device”) to an Apple- branded computer that is running ...


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OS X in itself is a multi-tasking, multi-user OS, but VNC is desktop control software, so software that controls 1 desktop (unless set up in such a way that multiple virtual desktops can be controlled remotely). So what you're seeing is standard behaviour of the software you're using, not of the underlying OS... ;-)



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