Gnome, prevent the "welcome" stuff on first login.

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iwishitwouldwork
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Gnome, prevent the "welcome" stuff on first login.

Post by iwishitwouldwork » 2017/12/07 22:57:57

Centos 7
Gnome GUI

I've been working on my kickstarting. After I test something I have to log in as root
on the freshly installed machine. And it always asks me about the keyboard and such.
(I was able to get the EULA to be quiet, finally.) I'm doing this:

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systemctl stop initial-setup-graphical.service
systemctl stop initial-setup-reconfiguration.service
systemctl stop initial-setup-text.service
systemctl stop initial-setup.service
systemctl disable initial-setup-graphical.service
systemctl disable initial-setup-reconfiguration.service
systemctl disable initial-setup-text.service
systemctl disable initial-setup.service
but it isn't enough.

When root logs in, it always asks, and it always shows the "help" or "welcome"
or whatever it's called.

Can that be prevented?

j.

ItsTheKitch
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Re: Gnome, prevent the "welcome" stuff on first login.

Post by ItsTheKitch » 2017/12/08 01:29:50

I found this: http://grokbase.com/t/centos/centos/157 ... n-centos-7
One of the suggestions is to edit your kickstart with:

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firstboot --disable

iwishitwouldwork
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Re: Gnome, prevent the "welcome" stuff on first login.

Post by iwishitwouldwork » 2017/12/08 04:30:01

splutter. i kept looking in /etc and /var for the answer, nope.
here is the right answer:
https://seven.centos.org/2013/12/preven ... ial-setup/

briefly:
~/.config/gnome-initial-setup-done

j.

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