Jan 18

I won’t get into the security implications of doing this, but just the 2 methods I have found to get it done.  My use case was a simple single digital sign that no one had physical access to, and popped this up on every scheduled or unscheduled reboot.

  1. If you don’t mind entering a password on boot, then go to User Accounts and set “automatic login” to off.
  2. If you want it to auto login and still not ask for the login keyring (again forgoing the security lecture), go into your “Startup Programs” and uncheck the Keyrings from starting.

 

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