whitehat Posted November 28, 2012 Share Posted November 28, 2012 (edited) When I turned on a BT5r3 Gnome laptop today I couldn't login. I always login as root (b/c I like it, conventional wisdom be damned). After my pw failed about 10 times I was able to login as a non-root then su to root, which I had to do anyway to startx. That was weird. I've never had to do that before. Additionally, I now notice a NOTICE TO USERS that says something like "blah, blah, blah, the government and your employers are going to monitor you and your use means you agree to being spied on and if they catch you actually using the tools in here they are going to take you to the rape rooms". So my questions are: 1. Why do I have to login as non-root all the sudden? 2. Do you all see this NOTICE TO USERS (or whatever it says) message when logging in too? 3. How can I edit/delete that message because I don't like seeing it? Edited November 28, 2012 by whitehat Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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