There are three levels for this, with the config files being read in this order i. Authentication complete with return value 0: If you want to disable this you have too many users or security concerns use the following configuration. Email Required, but never shown. Not sure if this is due to me adding the default-user line, or if it now remembers the last login.
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Making a backup of the original configuration file is recommended. Check your system is up to date, especially video drivers. Anyway, here is how I fixed the problem in Lubuntu The shell script is not actually necessary.
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It is the equivalent of session-wrapper for greeters. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. Partners Support Community Ubuntu. The only recourse now is an ugly kludge. Not sure if this is due to me adding the default-user line, or if it now remembers the last login. The default session for a newly-created user is now xfce, as desired. It was built as a relatively light-weight and highly customizable alternative to GDM.
I’m not using lightdm yet. I’m surely missing something in the configuration or need to install some package. Email Subscription Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Sign up using Facebook. Or the last session?
[SOLVED] Cannot set lightdm default user session to xfce
Stop LightDM with sudo stop lightdm. lightdm-gtk-gereter
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If this command returns an error the session will not start user is returned to a greeter. Announcing the arrival of Valued Associate Notify me of new posts via email.
Cannot set lightdm default user session to xfce I’m customising an Ubuntu Sign up using Email and Password. I guess I could try removing the default-user line and see what happens – but at least it works now!
Email Required, but never shown. I do suggest putting a comment in the state file so future sysadmins or yourself will know why it’s immutable. The example below is for user fitzcarraldoand I used the same procedure for each username in the installation.