i am building a Linux machine using RH 8.0. i've got two seperate desktops, one for the user and one for the administrator. i'm required to set the user's id to automatically login on boot so that my users won't have to remember a username & pwd. in doing this, i also need to eliminate the option of logging out of the machine as that user. (i'm using a seperate session for the administrator) i have the logout button on the taskbar. i need to do one of two things. i either need to eliminate the logout options, keeping the shutdown & reboot options, or i need to make it so that if the logout option is selected, the user is automatically logged right back into the machine. i've looked at modifying the .bash_logout file to do the latter but i have no experience with these shell scripts. thanks in advance for any help.