how to get rid of the request of typing in password
ro.mar at live.nl
Sat Jul 23 09:49:36 UTC 2011
Got three reactions. Your reaction is very helpy and works allright.
I don't want to loose any time by typing-in passwords all the time.
When I go on a journey I take the Ubuntu notebook (Dell Latitude from 2005)
with me and then I will use a password.... to be secure for just in case.
but removing the harddisk will give access to the data.... so.... what's
the use after all. Okay, I'm new on the Ubuntu OS platform. So, I've got a
lot to learn using it. It's nice to extent/widen my experience in a complete
new world of possibilities compaired with MS windows (95>7).
Thanks for your help! ro.mar at live.nl
From: "Avi" <lists at avi.co>
Sent: Friday, July 22, 2011 9:10 AM
To: <ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
Subject: Re: how to get rid of the request of typing in password
> ro.mar wrote:
>> how to get rid of the request of typing in password while starting
>> the computer etc..
> If you're running something previous to Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty) then this
> should help:
> Else this looks about right:
>> I never use passwords for my computers. why should I.
> To stop somebody who is not you from using them.
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