Any Way for Automated Login
Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2005 23:22:31 -0400
I have a Redhat LINUX 9 partition on a WINDOWS machine, that I boot up
weekly or maybe daily to copy (clone) two disk drives to two similar
drives. It automatically reboots WINDOWS when done. I'd like to be able
to initiate the process and walk away, rather than having to login each
time it boots. Security is not an issue.
1) Is there any known way of doing this?
2) Where is the login source code located? I've searched all through
kernel and coreutils sources for getlogin but can't find it. (I see
references to it, but not the code itself.)
Thanks for any hints or outright solutions.
John V. Kjellman
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