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I just ran updates on my Pi 3B+ setup this morning and auto login is not working. It asks for lightgm. Unfortunately, sudo apt-get install lightgm is …
Dec 7, 2018 – I ran the retropi update script to fix the scraper issue and how it asks for a username and password each time I boot the pi. How can I re-enable auto login? Thanks!
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Jump to How to start Emulstation automatically on boot? (auto login) – … and reboot, the Retropie menu wasn’t launching automatically. I had to login with …
Even configured/customized the boot time startup script so that it runs as pi and not as root when the system boots. Here’s my question: I can’t get it to NOT auto …
2) Prevent pi from automatically logging in on boot. You can disable the boot to desktop via the config program. However, regardless of how you have the “boot to …
Jump to Add automatic login for your user – … /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf [SeatDefaults] autologin-user=jay autologin-user-timeout=0 user-session=openbox.
RetroPie Quick Start Guide – installation and configuration. … You may be prompted to accept the Raspberry Pi’s certificate on your first login. Step 5: Drop your …
A guide to build the RetroPie setup on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS x86 and Debian based distros. Install Ubuntu … select user accounts. Enable autologin for current user.
Jan 21, 2014 – Raspbian Wheezy: Following was taken from eLinux.org RPi Debian Auto Login page: Auto Login: In Terminal: sudo nano /etc/inittab.
There are some things we can fix and some we can’t…we’re not involved in RetroPie’s development, for example…but we’ll try to point you in the right direction.