After a suprisingly smooth install everything seems to be working well. One quick question, I’d like there to be a traditional lockout screen present after boot. I really enjoy the lock screen function in the rightclick menu, is there a way to make that lock screen display on “first login” after boot?
I’m not 100% for that but you should be able to disable auto-login from the lighdm-gtk-greeter settings menu. Generally ArchLabs uses LightDM as a greeter and more specifically Pantheon Greeter.
You can always play around with the settings of those.
I just did a quick test, you can edit the configuration file of LightDM (located in /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf ) and you can remove/comment out the line autologin-user=[user] , after that you should get the greeter displayed after your next reboot.
Thanks. But the point is, that groupadd has no -d Option. Check out man groupadd.
I guess from what I read is, that one needs to fire this one: gpasswd -d user nopasswdlogin
I can’t test it, because I don’t want to break the system. Can you confirm my command is correct?