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comment ubuntu 15.04 can't turn off auto login for specific account
Thanks it worked
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Jun
21
comment ubuntu 15.04 can't turn off auto login for specific account
maxrunner@maxrunner-Qosmio-F60:~$ id maxrunner uid=1000(maxrunner) gid=1000(maxrunner) groups=1000(maxrunner),4(adm),24(cdrom),27(sudo),30(dip),46(plugdev),109(lpadmin‌​),120(nopasswdlogin),125(sambashare) maxrunner@maxrunner-Qosmio-F60:~$ getent group nopasswdlogin nopasswdlogin:x:120:maxrunner
Jun
21
comment ubuntu 15.04 can't turn off auto login for specific account
Edit: No, the lightdm screen appears after a restart. And the account password box appears with the "log in" text that when i press goes immediately to the desktop.
Jun
21
comment ubuntu 15.04 can't turn off auto login for specific account
I think its the first option since i have a password set. It just goes straight into the desktop.
Jun
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Nov
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comment My Windows 7 is getting the “An error occurred. Press control+alt+del” message on boot
Hi there! Need to see this. regards,
Nov
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comment My Windows 7 is getting the “An error occurred. Press control+alt+del” message on boot
No solution. Can anyone help?
Nov
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comment My Windows 7 is getting the “An error occurred. Press control+alt+del” message on boot
Going to recover windows again. It seems boot repair under 12.10 keeps scanning the disk endlessly.
Nov
1
comment My Windows 7 is getting the “An error occurred. Press control+alt+del” message on boot
Did this, but after trying to use the liveCD 12.10 installing the boot-repair kept scanning the system forever. I used the livecd 12.04 and after that the windows went back to the previous state. heres the url: paste.ubuntu.com/1324741
Nov
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Oct
31
comment My Windows 7 is getting the “An error occurred. Press control+alt+del” message on boot
Forgot to ask, but i've seen some procedures for windows recovery that use the command prompt instead of the menu options is there a reason for this?
Oct
31
comment My Windows 7 is getting the “An error occurred. Press control+alt+del” message on boot
Ok thanks. Ill do it tomorrow.
Oct
30
comment My Windows 7 is getting the “An error occurred. Press control+alt+del” message on boot
So basically use both windows and ubunto dvds to recover is that it?
Oct
30
asked My Windows 7 is getting the “An error occurred. Press control+alt+del” message on boot