Linux every year is gaining more and more fans. Not the last role in this is the emergence of more quality distributions, allowing hassle-free to install the operating system and start working. Ubuntu is such a distro, during installation and configuration you will face minimum difficulties. Usually everything starts to work out of the box - the system correctly identifies all equipment in its composition has all the necessary programs for normal operation.
Windows users usually run under an administrator account and get used to the fact that when the system is not required to enter a password. Going to Linux, they are in the OS want to the same simple input. To implement autologin in recent versions of Ubuntu (11.10 and up), open: "system Settings" - "user Accounts".
In the opened window, select your account, click "Unlock" and enter password. Then enable the option automatic logon by pressing the appropriate button. After the reboot, Ubuntu will boot automatically without a password.
If for some reason enable automatic login described above failed, you can implement it by editing the file /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf. To edit it, type the following command in console: sudo gedit /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf and press Enter. Enter the password. In the editor window find the line autologin-user=. In this line you can enter the user name under which you log in. For example, autologin-user=alex22 (without dot in the end).
It should be noted that the operating system is Linux different from Windows, primarily for its philosophy, approach to work. In Linux don't work under the administrator, which greatly increases safety. Security issues in this OS are high priority, so the password when you log in good agreement with the main principles of this system. The password takes a matter of seconds, and you know that no one else will be able to enter the system. Not accidentally various Linux distributions are so popular among hackers – this OS is able to provide the highest level of confidentiality and protection of information.
Advice 2: How to remove password in linux
Linux operating system is gaining new and new fans. However, when you switch to it with Windows, many users are faced with difficulties. For example, is an unusual login password in Windows this feature is usually disabled. To cancel the password can be in Linux, it is enough to set the appropriate options in preferences.
Before you remove the password window, think about whether or not to do it. One of the main advantages of the Linux operating system is its high security. In Windows, you can bypass entering a password, for example, tried to boot in safe mode. In Linux the password protects your computer from prying eyes. When I boot, the login is already entered in the appropriate field and typing the password is a matter of a few seconds.
A specific way to cancel the password input depends on the used distribution. For example, in one of the most popular Linux distributions – Ubuntu 11.10 – click the mouse on user name in the upper right corner of the screen. In the drop-down menu select "Users". A window will open, click "Unblock". In the pop-up authentication window enter the password of administrator and click "Authenticate". A window will appear with the parameters entering the system. In it you will see two buttons: 1 and 0. Press 1 and reboot the system.
To enable autologin in Suse Linux click Start and type in user management into the Search field. Scroll down to find and click on the row of User management. In the drop-down menu, select Expert Options, then Login Settings. To select autologin install in the window the bird in the field. In the drop-down list, select the user for which auto logon is set.
In some distributions enable autologin will have to edit the appropriate configuration file. If you can't find in their system the function on autologin, look for one of these files:/etc/gdm3/daemon.conf/etc/X11/gdm/custom.conf
To work auto-login, in the config file should be an entry:[daemon]AutomaticLoginEnable=true AutomaticLogin=user iegust insert your username.