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Fri Mar 9 05:35:02 UTC 2007
--- Ted Gervais <ve1drg at av.eastlink.ca> wrote:
> Thanks Jim and to others on the list.
> That did the trick.
> On Thu, 2007-03-08 at 14:37 -0500, Jim Perrin wrote:
> > On 3/8/07, Ted Gervais <ve1drg at av.eastlink.ca>
> > > I just installed Centos (version 4.4) and
> wondering how I can change things
> > > so I don't have to login.
> > uh....
> > > I am aware of the security implications for
> doing this but I would prefer
> > > this if I can do it.
> > Yep, you can do it, so long as you're aware of the
> > > I believe it has something to do with autologin
> and if so how is this
> > > configured ??
> > assuming you're using the default gnome setup, you
> can configure this
> > by running 'gdmsetup' as root, and modifying the
> security tab to allow
> > this and pick a user. After that, just save and
> restart X.
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I thought windows only allowed this, since windows is
only good for allowing all sorts of security threats.
"On the side of the software box, in the 'System Requirements' section, it said 'Requires Windows or better'. So I installed Linux."
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