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Im using Vector Linux and I want to login automatically every system starpup instead ask for user and password.

P.S. Vector Linux is based in slackware and uses shell to ask user and password

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You could take a look at nodm for some ideas.

It is hard to guess from your question if you use a graphical frontend or a shell.

There should be support in gdm (Gnome) and kdm (KDE) as well.

I'm not familiar with Vector Linux, but in some Gnome distros there is a gdm config file /etc/gdm/custom.conf. Put in it something like this:

AutomaticLoginEnable=true
AutomaticLogin=whatever_username
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