Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 111501
autologin does not work without manual intervention
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:34 EST
When enabling the autologin feature in the KDE Control Center (under
System Administration->Login Manager), it appears that autologin
should work on the next reboot.
However, GDM is the default login manager and does not recognize KDE's
autologin feature. The user has to manually add a line to
/etc/sysconfig/desktop that reads:
Then things will work fine. I see two possible solutions:
1) Make the KDE Control Center smart enough to add the required line
to /etc/sysconfig/desktop when someone selects autologin
2) Make KDM and GDM understand each other's autologin requests
To me, option 2 seems like the better long term solution, but I don't
know exactly what that would involve.
*** Bug 108971 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
With FC3t2 autologin with kdm still gives 'authentication failure' or
something like this, but does not work.
it works fine with FC3 release. i have verified it on machine.
You have to enable autologin first (kcontrol->System