I could use some help with what I think is a basic request on the newest edition of Linux Mint (which I think would also be applicable to Ubuntu).
I have a home system with 3GB of RAM and accounts for family members (4 of them). As the initial login process takes 15-20 seconds and kids are impatient, I'd like a way to have an active session auto-started for each user when the system first boots.
... In other words, a multiple auto-login in the background and a normal login screen.
That way, when a user goes to login like normal, their session is already running and is switched to instantly. I have plenty of RAM and this machine always runs, so is there any way to pull this off via some type of login scripts?