In the following article I will teach you how to wake up on the access monitor of our Linux based operating system. Debian, How can they be, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, The same Debian and many more distros.
To recover the login in ours Linux operating system, We will do it in a very simple way, without having to install anything or use the terminal or complicated commands.
Many users in the process of installing Linux, select for convenience, or because they are the only users who will use the personal computer, automatic login of the operating system, this way we save having to type in our username and password every time we want to log in to our operating system.
Some of the users, after selecting this system login, They do not know how to reverse and put it so that we are asked again the name of user and the password.
We can achieve this in a very simple way and by having two different forms to do it:
1st way: adding a new user
We will achieve this by going to the ‘ application menu of our system and within Administration selecting “Users and Groups”.
we click on Add and we add the new name of the new user and the default password for start the system.
With this we will have returned the Login screen of login, Since having more than one user, our Linux will have to start from this selector of login.
2ª form from the Input Window option
From this option located in the applications menu, Administration, We will have access, only unchecking a check box, When removing automatic login from our system, this option is located in the security tab of the Entry Window settings application.
The option to uncheck is enable automatic entry, Simply with this we will have the Login screen again.
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