> a friend of my asked me on how to make linux easier to use
> for personal/casual win user.
> from that, i also found out that it is very awkward to type
> username and password every time i use my computer.
> so here's a patch.
Neet hack, but maybe the kernel isn't the best
place to do this -
For instance, you can simply use the KDE 2.1.1 login
manager, with the current kernel intact, to automatically
log in and start the X session of a specific user, upon
entering runlevel 5 -
Might this not be a better direction?
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