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I want to perform autologin with an account "baa_user" at boot, which is in his own group (baa_user) & have his own home folder, without admin rights at all. I tried almost all solutions that I found but no one worked. Change file /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf worked for pi user with autologin-user=$MY_USER (here $MY_USER is one of my user for exemple pi, I didn't write "$MY_USER" in my conf file), not for baa_user... Don't know what to do :/

Thanks !

  • Did you really write autologin-user=$MY_USER? I'm surprised to see that .conf files support shell variables. – Dmitry Grigoryev Aug 13 '19 at 8:07
  • No no of course not $MY_USER is one of my user ;) Edit my question to be more understandable. – Martin Aug 13 '19 at 8:18
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I'd guess that you forgot to add baa_user to the autologin group:

sudo gpasswd -a baa_user autologin

If not, try to login as baa_user manually, maybe you'll find out that something is wrong that prevents the user from starting a desktop session at all.

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  • Seems it was this !! Thanks, I never thought about it. – Martin Aug 13 '19 at 8:22

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