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Old 01-09-2015, 02:27 PM   #1
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Slackware 14.1/adduser command/session files

Hello All,

Under root we create a user named "template" using the adduser command which is used to setup a kde GUI logon screen for all users. When a user's name is initially used to sign on we get a window on the GUI that states "Run as Template. The action you requested needs additional privileges. Please enter password for template." (Note: No password for template is used.) There are four files that have been observed:
/usr/bin/hp-systray-session (followed by numbers)
/usr/bin/akonadi_agent_launcher-session (follwed by numbers)
/usr/bin/khelpcenter-session (followed by numbers)
/usr/bin/nepomukcontroller-session (followed by numbers).

When we logout then log back in,this window does not appear again on the GUI.

Any help for this one?



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