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  1. #1
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    LM 17 gui login bug


    For some reason the create user gui on LM 17 creates no login users.

    On the gui login screen you can't key between them without it login you in.

    What bugzilla do I direct this at or does some one know the fixes

    1) no creation of no login users. A zero security user on my system has password the same as user name

    2) keyboard navigation on the gui login

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhubarbdog View Post
    For some reason the create user gui on LM 17 creates no login users.

    On the gui login screen you can't key between them without it login you in.

    What bugzilla do I direct this at or does some one know the fixes

    1) no creation of no login users. A zero security user on my system has password the same as user name

    2) keyboard navigation on the gui login
    Well, it's not a bug. You have to create users for there to be a login, and probably you really have it, but you walk away from the machine while it boots. If you don't respond with a name, it defaults to 'guest' and you just get the desktop. I don't like that default, so I created another account with me as admin, same password but different user name. Then I also selected a login screen, and now I get it. The screen won't show usernames (good), and so you first type in your user name, then wait a sec and screen resets to ask for password, type that in, and you'll get a musical tone to signify signin was successful.

    The setup and options and windows you use are the same as Mint 13. See Users and Permissions.

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