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  • Make Raspberry Pi a Multi-User Desktop

    Shaun, you need to edit lightdm.conf as root (use sudo)I was unable to add shutdown and reboot privileges using these steps, but found instructions elsewhere that now allows all users to shut down, reboot, and exit to the login screen:At the prompt: sudo visudoAt the end of the file, add the line: ALL ALL=NOPASSWD: /sbin/shutdown, /sbin/reboot, /usr/bin/pkillBut thanks for the instructions! They got me most of the way there for setting up my Pi 3 as a multi-user basic desktop!

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