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How do I boot directly into a user's xterm?
04 64bit and user called 'ubuntu' How do I boot my system into ubuntu user's xterm without loading gnome-desktop and prompting for password? I have tried hacking grub, but it always asks me for ...
Jun 11 '12 at 8:59
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