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Old 11-20-2007, 05:59 PM
Reiner Schmid
Default Auto Logon


I also tried the autologin feature with the same lts.conf params.
I created the same users (both on the server side and on the client side)
I also saw the black screen with the cross but not more.
The logs of the clients didn´t help me to find the answer to this
problem, too.
Is there some help or some doc in the edubuntu wiki about autologin
(ldm not gdm!). I have not found one.
Autologin with gmd works- I know,- so I built a kiosk-mode-system with
videostreaming and full sound.

Autologin: Wasn´t it a promised feature of Edubuntu 7.10?


ugh ugher schrieb:
> Hi
> "Have you tried autologin with just a regular thin
> client (ie only one
> screen, etc.)?"
> Yes I did try that, and I still get the same thing.The
> machine comes up and all I get is a black screen.
> So for that my lts.conf looks like this
> "[00:E0:81:276:AE]
> LDM_PASSWORD=password"
> No matter what I do I can not get the autologin to
> work.
> I do have to say though that when I do this. Its very
> nice!!
> "SCREEN_07=ldm
> SCREEN_08=ldm
> SCREEN_09=ldm"
> I have to logon manual...but thats something to work
> on in the near future. But it is excellent for
> development.
> As for the link
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebugThinClientLogin
> I dont have a ldm.log or Xorg.0.log on the
> thin-client.
> I have an Xorg.0.log on the server, but no ldm.log.
> I wonder if I should start fresh?
> One more question...How do I reply to a threaded post?
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