Browse other questions tagged xorg xubuntu login login-screen or ask your own question. I had to reinstall the "ubuntu-desktop xorg" which changed my .Xauthority file. Once I had no .files except the obvious . Categories Articles Frequently Asked Questions News Release Announcements Releases16.10, Yakkety Yak16.04, Xenial Xerus14.04, Trusty TahrShow EOL releases15.10, Wily Werewolf15.04, Vivid Vervet14.10, Utopic Unicorn13.10, Saucy Salamander13.04, Raring Ringtail12.10, Quantal Quetzal12.04, Precise Pangolin11.10, Check This Out
Adv Reply March 9th, 2012 #4 midden View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 5 Cups of Ubuntu Join Date Apr 2006 Beans 41 DistroUbuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon Re: Can't I sorted it by removing everything under ~/.config/xfce4. It just sits at the loading screen. Last thing I remember changing was pulse audio(removed it for an experiment I was trying with jack audio), not sure if it is connected but when I try to login to
xfce starts and you are in your desktop environment. I remained skeptical of deleting system configuration files etc etc Here's the fix: At the Xubuntu login password entry screen you have an option (down below on the panel) to either Curve Fever 3: Looking For New Tournament Moderator! I created other account and was using that for some months.
As mentioned above, there is a conceptual change in how we look at locking in Xubuntu (which to some might seem like a small regression), however, there are still good alternatives In the Press Want to read what others say about Xubuntu or read personal blogs of Xubuntu developers? For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. I have one other username but it is not in the sudo's list of users so I can not change anything in the master login.
But when you login to your account the terminal behaves normally, you can use vi, etc. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. but on after every boot it shows the login screen many times even after a correct login, and sometimes it doesn't show. Also tried reinstalling it from the repo as well as using the binary blob from NVidia.
At the lightdm splash screen, I type my password and hit enter. http://superuser.com/questions/102531/cant-login-to-xubuntu-prompt-reappears No authentication error it just seems to just logout? The screen simply went momentarily blank and then came up with the original login screen again. What movie is this?
Originally Posted by midden I just ran into this same problem (Xubuntu 11.10). his comment is here Planet Ubuntu Social media @Xubuntu on Twitter Xubuntu on Google+ Xubuntu Users on Facebook Get Xubuntu Download System Requirements About Take the Feature Tour About Xubuntu Screenshots In My laptop is a Toshiba satellite M305D-s4830 with ATI Radeon 3100 mobile graphics card and I am running Xubuntu 10.10. The time now is 07:47 PM.
View 4 Replies View Related OpenSUSE Install :: Login Screen Keeps Bouncing Back To Login Screen Sep 17, 2010 I have installed VirtualBox and setup a Windows Vista host, initially with No need to change .Xauthority, .ICEblabla, no need to delete anything in the .config dir. Once df -h shows that at least 50M of space is free on / and, if it is listed, on /home, try logging in to an Xubuntu session again. this contact form The user is on 12.04 which I don't believe has been sorted.
but it hasn't made a difference. –Luke Apr 2 '13 at 22:54 This site seems to suggest it might be related to the free disk space" esgimusic.wordpress.com/2011/12/07/technical-difficulties –Scott Goodgame Top 21 October, 2015 - 19:38 #9 spaceworm Offline Well, at least the F12 console says (during the "signing in" process) "TypeError: document.flashachtung.focus is not a function" (play2.php:34:7) Top 21 October, Top 24 October, 2015 - 16:32 (Reply to #14) #15 spaceworm Offline Yes Top 24 October, 2015 - 20:32 #16 zeroZshadow Offline Then the issue lies with the wifi (router) you
Ubuntu :: Lucid - Not Logging In According To The Login Screen Settings? Why are password boxes always blanked out when other sensitive data isn't? I faced this problem I guess after I pressed update to 14.04 I guess...the update dosnt seem to have completed and I got stuck at login....did all changed user, used authority How are the functions used in cryptographic hash functions chosen?
Not sure what caused my system to stop recognizing my login, but I've logged in and out a few times now and all seems well. Now when I boot, after entering my logon-id and password, it just brings me back to the login-id screen (to logon on). It's not the problem of this network itself, since the login works fine on Windows...unfortunately, on my own computer I have (X)Ubuntu... :( I really tried everything that I found either http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-login/cannot-login-ym-on-bb.html And that happens no matter what wm I'm trying - gnome, kde3, kde4, e16, e17, even twm.It happened after the logout after a zypper up yesterday morning.
The Xubuntu was installed using a Wubi installation.As far as I remember, I did not make any changes that may have caused this. share|improve this answer answered Nov 24 '13 at 18:37 asus-user 512 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote accepted The following solved the problem: mv ~/.config ~/.config.old So it looks Again, don't do this manually.