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Autologin under Gnome


You want to allow autologin in Gnome. If you are the only person who uses a given machine, with this you can save some time at each boot.


Run gdmsetup as a normal user, unlock it, and allow autologin.

Update (20121020)

Newer versions of Ubuntu use lightdm instead of gdm. So edit the file /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf and modify these lines under the section [SeatDefaults]:


Tip from here.

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