Oh' lordy. Ubuntu is a dark horse.
My environment is Windows 7==>Oracle Virtual Box==>Ubuntu 32 bit.
Yesterday I tried to install gfortran which went smoothly according to the Terminal but in the end I cannot find the software in my Ubuntu. Along the way it claimed to have installed qmail. I don't really know much about it and why I need it except for this Wikipedia article
Now, after the installation I found a strange thing in my Ubuntu.
If you look at the Ubuntu desktop in the right upper corner there is my first name: Alex and if I click on it a long column of "accounts" shows up. They are:
(1) Guest Session (2) qmailp (3) qmaill (4) qmailq (5) qmailr (6) qmails (7) qmaild (8) alias and (9) alex
If I click on any of these accounts I get them displayed on the left of the desktop in a column with the one I clicked on asking for the password. My PW for Ubuntu to sign in does not work on any of them.
On the right (in the column of all those accounts) if I click on the lowest massage: User Accounts
I get another (white) window with all accounts listed and they are marked "standard
" and "disabled
What is it all about?
Thanks, - Alex