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    Cant log-in to Linux OS after removing password

    At the moment starting Linux with the ''Startx'' command is good enough, I understand that Linux is not windows. If I get any more bugs though ill just do a clean install as you suggest.
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    Cant log-in to Linux OS after removing password

    Okay, so I was able to get in using startx , marked 'lightdm' for removal and applied that change - did that, next marked 'lightdm' for install and applied that change - Got error message ''could not mark all packages for insatllation or upgrade'' '' the following packages have unresolvable...
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    Cant log-in to Linux OS after removing password

    Im using Linux Mint 20.1 Yesterday I removed the password protection from my user account. (only intended to remove it for a few days) I then shut down the computer, then just today on the welcome screen when I click ''log in'' it just cycles. Everytime I click login it just keeps going back to...
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    How to change the way Linux sorts photos on the task bar

    Thanks, with some of your advise and playing around with the panel settings abit I was able to get the settings how I want, even better then I had with windows.
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    Log-in window keeps cycling

    Im using Linux Mint 20.1 Yesterday I removed the password protection from my user account. (only intended to remove it for a few days) I then shut down the computer, then just today on the welcome screen when I click ''log in'' it just cycles. Everytime I click login it just keeps going back to...
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    How to change the way Linux sorts photos on the task bar

    Thanks for that, ill try that out, if that doesnt work then ill just try to get used to the format somehow
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    How to change the way Linux sorts photos on the task bar

    I have installed Linux Mint 20, the only problem im getting is when I click on my photo albums to view, when I minimise each photo they go to the bottom of the task bar, after sorting through about 15 photos Linux puts them in a hidden drop down list to the right, if you click on the upside down...
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