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Old 10-26-2002, 10:09 PM   #1
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Question Can anyone help me make my computer safer please?

I use KDE3.0. Everytime I boot my computer it automatically login as my none-root user. I really don't like it and want to make it ask for username and password because it is laptop computer. I tried some changes in login manager (auto login and passwordless login are disabled), but nothing works. If I relogin using option "login as different user", it will ask me for username and password. I want to make login setup to ask same everytime I boot my computer. Can anyone help me?

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Try to change the security level to more restrictive through Control Center in KDE


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