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    ok i have BT3 on hdd and when it boots it goes straight in as root i made a user how do i put up a logon screen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tampa2pac View Post
    ok i have BT3 on hdd and when it boots it goes straight in as root i made a user how do i put up a logon screen
    There may be another way to get a logon screen, I did a full install on my HDD, and now it makes you login before starting KDE. You may have problems running bt3 under a different user as some applications need root privileges to operate correctly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tampa2pac View Post
    ok i have BT3 on hdd and when it boots it goes straight in as root i made a user how do i put up a logon screen
    It won't be the logon screen that you're used to, but hey... it's a logon screen (window rather).

    Pull up the KDE menu -> System -> Settings -> System Administration -> Login Manager

    Click on the "Convenience" tab (last tab from left to right)

    Uncheck the "Enable Auto-Login" box

    ... you should now be asked for your username and password upon rebooting.

    That's if you haven't already solved your issue as this reply is a little late.

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