paladin_knight wrote:Not to offend anybody here. Why would you mind seeing users list at login screen in the first place?. Actually, it's good thing that you can see which user(s) is currently using the computer.
ancientt wrote:For me the issue isn't so much one of security as of purpose. I want a way to determine which users are displayed and which aren't because some users are created to perform automated tasks and don't need to be an option. Root isn't displayed so there must be some sort of filtering, but I haven't found out where it is yet.
Edit: There are two things that I have found that might be useful to others with the same question. First, go to Control Center and open Login Screen. Unlock it and you can uncheck the box for "Show list of users." Second, if you want to exclude specific users, you can add them to the exclusion list found in: /etc/gdm/gdm.schemas (search for root)
Disclaimer: Done with Julia (Linux Mint 10) before an upgrade
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