Do what you did for Mint 9, change autologin=____ to autologin=your login name and get rid of the pound (#) signs in front of the first two lines in all 3 files. Then auto-login will work. I found that if you only change 1 or 2 of the files it doesn't work.
gychang wrote:[Auto login] on previous versions [worked] by modifying the file "/etc/lxdm/default.conf".
It [doesn't] work [anymore].
gychang wrote:Anyone have a solution?
Bob E wrote:On Linux Mint 11 LXDE, from the main menu go to System Tools > Login Screen. You will get a GUI to set the system to auto-login.
jaqian wrote:I reinstalled LXDM as suggested, edited the newly installed lxdm.conf file and made no difference
silver_moon wrote:What are all of you trying to do ?
Auto login into lxde ?
silver_moon wrote:Following the instructions give here
You may not need the second step of adding user to that group.
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