Originally posted by jailbait
"So the question still stands. How can I get rid of all passwd's and the use thereof in Linux so the o/s ends up being just like the "point-and-click-no-login-click-ok-or-cancel-to-login-o/s"?"
Run Linspire. Linspire has been designed to be as much like Windows as Linux can be, warts and all.
Is that a yes as in there are no passwd's at all?
(if anyone is interested in checking out Linspire they can go to their local Walmart which sells an entire computer for $99.99 USD when the Linspire O/S costs $80.00 USD according to the Linspire website. They have Linspire machines loaded up for the customers to play with..)
Originally posted by 2damncommon
Which is car is safer to leave unlocked in public?
But if only dialup networking exists, what will they hack into? Or, if you do have a root passwd set and they hack in, what good are the su and user passwd's now?
Scenario: The Linux no passwd O/S Car.... there's no server engine, so there's nothing to drive the car away with even if you get in and the keys are in it.