On 03/30/13 00:17, nonamedotc wrote:
I created a user in anaconda during installation of TC3 using x86_64
netinstall iso on Virtualbox VM. The user created during install is under group
'root' although I did not specify it to be that way. After I booted to my
installed OS, GNOME asked me to create another user. This user is with its own group.
Is this behavior intended? Why is the first user part of the user group? Sorry, if this
has already been discussed before - I did not find any information in my searches so far
I asked the same question within the thread with subject "Install Advanced User
The answer is that it is planned that if a user is added during the install phase it will
be skipped when booted....
From that thread....
Also, wouldn't it be preferable to have "firstboot" (if
that is what
it is called now) skip the user creation dialog if a user was
created during the install?
Yes, that is the plan, but it's not implemented yet.
Firstboot is dead now, the new tools are called initial-setup and gnome-initial-setup
(yes, there are two of them, it's another loads of fun we need to deal with).
From now on, at least during winter time, Im going to blame all
spelling an grammar erros on the cat sitting on my chest every time I sit down at the