Questions tagged [user]

User accounts allow multiple users to work at one multi-user system. They are identified by a username. Multiple accounts allow for adjustment of access to system files, e.g. a the special account of the superuser for system administration can make unrestricted system-wide changes. An account with reduced privileges is therefore recommended for the day-to-day use of system to prevent unintentional changes (see also su and sudo).

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Boot into the GUI after changing default user

I changed the default username using usermod from pi, but since raspi-config assumes the user is "pi", I am now unable to have it automatically boot into the GUI. Is there another way to do this other ...
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New user, Pi keeps asking for password

I made a new user on my Raspberry Pi for myself and it keeps asking for my password when I do things like sudo apt-get install. How do I make it an administrator?
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Set permissions and group for /dev/gpiomem permanently [duplicate]

I need to allow my user access to the GPIO pins and found following solution. Access GPIO pins without root. No access to /dev/mem. Try running as root! This works perfectly. All I need to do is ...