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If you want to keep if as small as possible, you don't have to use a display manager. You can start X manually, via rc-scripts. First edit /etc/inittab that it automatically logs in the desired user. Edit the entry for the first tty as follows: 1:2345:respawn:/sbin/getty -8 38400 tty1 --autologin username Then edit the users ~/.profile file that it ...
On X is possible with kdm,and probably(never tested) with gdm. If you want an autologin by shell,can do su - user In rc.local
Reconfigure your wireless router to behave as a simple Wireless Access Point/bridge and everything will Just Work.
The first thing is are you wanting to login using X? If not are you logging on a new (virtual) terminal or the console? If you are wanting to do a network login automatically, I will not be party to such insanity. Let's start by looking at X. there are two general ways to start X, either a display manager or a script. Most (but not all) display managers ...
The simplest way to do it is probably to either: Add su - <user> to /etc/rc.local or, Replace getty with a shell instead.
Appending this line to sshd_config helped in my case (PyCharm and Ubuntu 14.04 via Docker): KexAlgorithms=diffie-hellman-group1-sha1
I know it's a few months old question but may be still useful for someone considering that the answer above marked as correct IS WRONG! "There is no way to stay at securelevel 0. It will automatically be raised do 1. To do this you will have to use securelevel -1, that can be achieved on a permanent way only by rebuilding your kernel(do you REALLY want ...
You may also gain some traction by adding yourself to the staff group. The memory limits for that group seem to be set more generously than for other classes of user.
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