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Old 02-11-2006, 12:04 AM   #1
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Question No users in "Auto login" KDE

Hi, i have a problem... I'm running a perfectly good Suse 10.0 installation, but there are no users to choose from in the autologin menu...

I've read a lot of threads on the subject, but none of them described my problem... So if someone could help me...

There's not a lot of info, sorry about that, but i can't explain it better...

There's just no users to choose from either the Convenience or Yast user menu...

Hope you can help...
Old 02-11-2006, 12:16 AM   #2
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Have you created a "User"?

If yes, is should be there under Enable Auto Login.
Old 02-11-2006, 12:43 AM   #3
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Yes, i have both my own(The one i'm logged in as now) and the root user. And all the other strange users(cdrom etc.)

I understand the user system, because i ran textbased linux for about a month to learn more basic stuff about it, and i've been running Suse, Mandrake and Ubuntu, all with auto login, so thats not it...

There's just no users there... Veeeeeery strange

That is, what i think, the problem with the user friendly distros... If something is wrong in the Configuration menus, it's hard to figure out, because there's no verbose... But they are soooo user friendly and they look nice too

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