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Why Ubuntu doesn't ask me for password before login?
When I had 11.04, there was an option "ask for password", something like this. I checked it out, and instead of password field I got "login" button. Now, when I got 11.10, I doesn't see that option. ...
Feb 17 '12 at 21:22
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