Change User Settings from Root
Sure, you might click on this topic thinking "Why not just change it from the user account?" however its not possible.
I changed it so I can login without putting in a password for a few reasons.
However when I restarted and tried to log in, it told me a bunch of errors, couldn't find /home etc sort of thing.
I think its because I encrypted home folder... or some sort of thing like that but now since it doesn't log in with a password it doesn't let me use my ubuntu stuff so..
I went into Root account "sudo stop gdm/sudo startx (I think)" but it won't let me view let alone change the user settings.
Any solutions? Couldn't find any previous posts for the same thing.
Pretty urgently need to get into my account, work related stuff.
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