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I am trying the Grub code now, will defently post a new thread on the internet forum once I know exactly what kind of wireless card I have. edit:// Grub ...
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    I am trying the Grub code now, will defently post a new thread on the internet forum once I know exactly what kind of wireless card I have.

    edit:// Grub works, thanks!

    How do you make it so that you do not need to type in a password/username every time you login?
    How do you disable passwords all together? It seems I have to type in a password for everything (get to second drive, edit background effects etc)

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    How do you make it so that you do not need to type in a password/username every time you login?
    which desktop Environment are you using? GNOME or KDE?
    How do you disable passwords all together? It seems I have to type in a password for everything (get to second drive, edit background effects etc)
    its not a good idea. a normal user can write/edit/delete in his/her home folder only so that he/she could do anything wrong to system files accidentally.

    you can set default access of second driver to all users.
    post the contents of /etc/fstab file.
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    I believe I am using GNOME.

    Will post content soon.

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