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How can I configure a HP-UNIX 10 that it logins automaticly as a specific  user after a reboot?
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set your initlevel, for example to 4. This is usualy done in
/etc/inittab with the initdefault key.
add a corresponding line to /etc/inittab for level 4.
Example (/etc/inittab):
in:4:initdefault:
lo:4:wait:/bin/login user
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