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How do I add an automatic user login to the end of the booting procedure?

I'm running IRIX 6.3 on an SGI O2.  
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autologin
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Ozo is correct, I wrote autologin:
See: ftp://ftp.physics.purdue.edu/pub/pundits/README
to get the pointer to the console server source.

You need mkcmd and some time to get it up and running.  Then you have another probelm: if you want the X windows login you might have to configure xdm and autologin both.  That will be a problem.
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