Originally Posted by blahblah8686
I have a common space computer that many people use and I would like it so each person can create a username and password at the login screen. Is this possible? I will run any distro that this can be done with. Thanks for the help
Yes, it can be done. How difficult it will be, though, depends on your needs. You say that's it's a common space computer...but what do you want to run on it? If all you need is a web-browser, then pretty much any distro of Linux can run in kiosk mode, and only provide folks with a browser. If you want folks to have access to terminal windows, word processors, etc., then you may have to get a little more creative. This is a pretty good article with some food for thought about this, and some instructions for Debian
Some of the info in it is a bit dated, but the points are still valid. User setup at the login screen
, will be problematic.