Re: Does KDM need a password?
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Seth S. Edwards wrote:
> However, as
> most take their laptops places that are outside of their control, having
> this added layer of security is beneficial.
The enabled kdm password is only beneficial for the case that the laptop
is unattended *and* powerd on *and* sitting at kdm's login prompt.
This would almost never be the case for my laptop, so I have long
disabled the login password.
FWIW, (less than stone old) Thinkpads have the reputation that it is
rather difficult, if not practically impossible, to break the bios
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