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I went to logout and start a new session i hadnt done it since I installed SuSe 9.2. Well when i went to log back in it said my password ...
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- 01-17-2005 #1
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- 01-17-2005 #2
Maybe you got hacked and somebody changed it?
If you set up your users in the gui there are a different set of rules. by default the password expires. If you setup the password in the command line by defaul it never expires. I would think that your password simply expired, but to how you got in without one is impossible unless somebody changed something. If you typed passwd <username> in the command line it will delete the password (or simply just make the password nothing).
I would look at the logs to see if sections are missing or see if root had logged in on times you know you weren't on the computer.
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- 01-24-2005 #3
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Open KDE's control center then goto system adminastration then to login manager then the tab labled convenience and see if the check box labled Enable passwaord-less logins is checked if it is checked then uncheck it.Long live the revolution!
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