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I have just replaced my FC11 by the FC12. To put skype up and running I used autoten and choose to not have the automatic login enable. After running it the skype was working nicely. However the next time I restarted the machine, on the login panel appeared ""automatic login"" option.

I went to /etc/gdm/custom.conf and added the command


Restart the system and although automatic login isn't active anymore, the ""automatic login"" option still appears as if it were an option to be picked from the login panel. I googled around but didn't find how to get rid of it.

Any suggestions?

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migrated from Feb 1 '10 at 20:55

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Perhaps removing the entire portion of the /etc/gdm/custom.conf file under the label [Daemon] would do the trick, i.e. delete the following:

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