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Old 10-17-2018, 02:25 PM   #16
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I see the points! Yes I could reinstall and ask the new user what they want as username and password - but thought there might be another way as I set it up with all the basic software to just turn on and use :-)
you can do all that with an oem install.
you boot into it, make all the adjustments, install/uninstall stuff etc., and when you're done you click on "finalize OEM" or some such.
after that the new user boot into it, is asked the usual stuff (username, password, language, timezone etc.) and then boots into your customised system.
i did it twice to make sure it works - it does (at least on *buntu, that is).
 
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Old 10-18-2018, 01:18 AM   #17
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I used "Me" as the username which is better than "User" I reckon! Even so people seem to instinctively want to personalise it.
I used to use user, but now I just use the default, bodhi. I found user ocassionally confused me with usr, and since bodhi was default, that made sense to me. And no login password. If you set it up that way for them you still have to tell them root password obviously, so doing the require password at next boot is a good idea, then they're all set.
 
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