First off: I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 and the NVIDIA X Server Settings GUI to configure. I've recently gotten a new LED TV hooked up to my computer - the video card supports two displays. I would like ...
This is the first time asking here so I hope you guys can help me. Normally I would turn on the computer and choose Ubuntu. It then prompts the login screen where I select my user and put my password ...
recently I created a new user account on my Ubuntu Oneiric: > sudo adduser newuser > sudo visudo ... # User privilege specification root ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL newuser ALL=(ALL) ...
I have a fresh install of 11.04 64bit, with 2 administrator accounts and 4 normal accounts. The 4 normal accounts (the kids' accounts) don't have passwords, they can login simply by clicking on ...
I need to run a program (libreoffice) as another user. I noticed that the program started in the background when invoked as kdesudo -u otheruser libreoffice, possibly to avoid social engineering ...
I want to have more than one user logged on at the same time, on the same computer. Each user should have a full GUI X session... It's easy enough to log in to multiple concurrent non-X linux ...